CFP: Cahiers de Mariemont, no. 43: Replicating Art

Subject: CFP: Cahiers de Mariemont, no. 43: Replicating Art Deadline: Sep 15, 2020 <http://www.musee-mariemont.be/index.php?id=1128> The Royal Museum of Mariemont calls for papers on the topic of “Replicating Art” to be published in the issue 43 (2021) of its annual journal Cahiers de Mariemont. The thematic section of issue 43 will be dedicated to replicas created … Continue reading CFP: Cahiers de Mariemont, no. 43: Replicating Art

STIP: 2 AHRC fully-funded Collaborative Doctoral Studentships, London

STIP: 2 AHRC fully-funded Collaborative Doctoral Studentships, London [1] Collecting the Boundaries of Art in the Science Museum Group [2] Jewish Collectors and Donors at the National Gallery ______________________________________________________________________________ [1] Collecting the Boundaries of Art in the Science Museum Group From: Katy Barrett Date: 24 Apr 2020 Birkbeck and the Science Museum Group (SMG) are … Continue reading STIP: 2 AHRC fully-funded Collaborative Doctoral Studentships, London

CFP: Inside the exhibition (Rome, 16-17 June 20)

From: Matteo Chirumbolo Date: Feb 25, 2020 Subject: CFP: Inside the exhibition (Rome, 16-17 Jun 20) Rome, Swiss Institute and Istituto Nazionale di Archeologia e Storia dell’Arte (Palazzo Venezia), June 16 - 17, 2020 Deadline: Apr 19, 2020 [versione italiana segue / la version française suivra] 'Inside the exhibition': temporalità, dispositivo e narrazione Now more than ever, … Continue reading CFP: Inside the exhibition (Rome, 16-17 June 20)

CFP: Museum Networks and Museum History (London, 16-17 July 2020)

Subject: CFP: Museum Networks and Museum History (London, 16-17 Jul 20) Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, London, July 16 - 17, 2020 Deadline: Mar 6, 2020 Networks have become an increasingly important part of the analytical toolkit used by historians of museums and collections. As scholars have moved away from narrative institutional histories, they have embraced … Continue reading CFP: Museum Networks and Museum History (London, 16-17 July 2020)