CFP: Patterns of Patronage in Qing Beijing: A New Map (Seattle, 25-28 Mar 21)

 CFP: Patterns of Patronage in Qing Beijing: A New Map (Seattle, 25-28 Mar 21) Association for Asian Studies 2021, Seattle, WA, March 25 - 28, 2021 Deadline: Jul 13, 2020 Patterns of Patronage in Qing Beijing: A New Map Convenors: Michele Matteini (NYU/IFA), Stephen Whiteman (Courtauld Institute of Art) In the study of Qing art, Beijing has … Continue reading CFP: Patterns of Patronage in Qing Beijing: A New Map (Seattle, 25-28 Mar 21)

CFP: Within and without the manuscript (Lausanne, 22-23 October 20)

Lausanne, Lausanne University, October 22 - 23, 2020 Deadline: Apr 19, 2020 Dans le manuscrit et en dehors : échanges entre l’enluminure et les autres arts [English version below] Depuis les années 1960 au moins, l’enluminure est pleinement reconnue comme un secteur important des arts et fait partie intégrante des sciences historiques du livre. Son … Continue reading CFP: Within and without the manuscript (Lausanne, 22-23 October 20)

CFP: Sessions at SECAC 2020 (Richmond, 21-24 Oct 20)

Motivating Forces: Women in Arts Education Richmond, Virginia Deadline: Apr 1, 2020 Historically, many women have participated in arts education efforts out of a desire to improve their communities. Exemplified by Adele Clark’s activism in Richmond in the twentieth century, women have often led the charge to utilize artistic activity to engage their fellow citizens, … Continue reading CFP: Sessions at SECAC 2020 (Richmond, 21-24 Oct 20)

CFP: ‘The Art Market and The Museum: Ethics and Aesthetics of Institutional Collecting, Display and Patronage from c.1800 to the Present’ (15 December 2019)

Deadline: Dec 15, 2019 The International Art Market Studies Association (TIAMSA) Conference 2020, hosted at The University of Edinburgh / National Galleries Scotland 17-18 July 2020 CALL FOR PAPERS: 'The Art Market and The Museum: Ethics and Aesthetics of Institutional Collecting, Display and Patronage from c.1800 to the Present' Deadline: 15th Dec 2019 The theme … Continue reading CFP: ‘The Art Market and The Museum: Ethics and Aesthetics of Institutional Collecting, Display and Patronage from c.1800 to the Present’ (15 December 2019)