CFP: CAA Annual Conference 2021

CALL FOR PAPERS College Art Association, Annual Conference New York City, February 10–13, 2021 The Evolving House Museum: Art Collectors and Their Residences, Then and Now  The National Trust for Historic Preservation estimates that more than 15,000 house museums exist in the United States. It is an astounding figure that, as one writer has noted, … Continue reading CFP: CAA Annual Conference 2021

Instagram Stories: Collection Series with Adriana Concin

Join us this Friday for another Stories take over with Adriana Concin. Adriana is a fourth-year PhD student in the History of Art at the Courtauld Institute of Art in London. She is currently finishing her thesis on the cultural and artistic exchanges between the Austrian Habsburg courts of Vienna, Innsbruck and Prague and the … Continue reading Instagram Stories: Collection Series with Adriana Concin

Instagram Stories: Collection Series with Alice Minter

Join us this Friday for another Stories take over with Alice Minter. Alice is currently curator of the Rosalinde and Arthur Gilbert Collection, on loan to the Victoria & Albert Musuem in London.  Prior to that, she worked for ten years at Sotheby's in London as a specialist in Silver, Objects of Virtue and Ceramics. Her … Continue reading Instagram Stories: Collection Series with Alice Minter

CONF: Engaging Objects. Looking at Art with Malcolm Baker (Riverside, 21 February 2020)

Subject: CONF: Engaging Objects. Looking at Art with Malcolm Baker (Riverside, 21 Feb 20) University of California Riverside, Center for Ideas and Society, February 21, 2020 Looking at art with Malcolm Baker is always an adventure. This conference celebrates Distinguished Professor Emeritus Baker’s scholarship and his time at UCR, from 2007 to 2019. Baker is … Continue reading CONF: Engaging Objects. Looking at Art with Malcolm Baker (Riverside, 21 February 2020)

The Society for the History of Collecting together with the Victoria and Albert Museum present: ‘Violated National Heritage: Theft, Traffic and Restitution’

The Society for the History of Collecting together with the Victoria and Albert Museum present: 'Violated National Heritage: Theft, Traffic and Restitution' 24 March 2021 Victoria and Albert Museum, Lydia & Manfred Gorvy Lecture Theatre Attendees who paid for the 2020 event will be refunded, and ticket registration will open in early 2021. If you registered … Continue reading The Society for the History of Collecting together with the Victoria and Albert Museum present: ‘Violated National Heritage: Theft, Traffic and Restitution’