SHC Series: Diversifying the History of Collecting

The Society for the History of Collecting Invites you to its New Series: Diversifying the History of Collecting We are delighted to announce the first events of a new programme designed to diversify research into the history of collecting. Our first session will be dedicated to the role of women in the history of collecting, … Continue reading SHC Series: Diversifying the History of Collecting

CFP: Women and the Art and Science of Collecting: Eighteenth-Century Collecting Beyond Europe

Call for Essays Women and the Art and Science of Collecting: Eighteenth-Century Collecting Beyond Europe Edited by Dr. Arlene Leis and Dr. Kacie Wills We are inviting chapter abstracts for a collection of essays designed for academics, specialists, and enthusiasts interested in the interrelations between art and science in women’s collections and collecting practices beyond … Continue reading CFP: Women and the Art and Science of Collecting: Eighteenth-Century Collecting Beyond Europe

CFP: Angelica Kauffman Study Day (London, 16 September 20)

Subject: CFP: Angelica Kauffman Study Day (London, 16 Sep 20) Royal Academy of Arts, London, September 16, 2020 Deadline: Apr 15, 2020 On the occasion of the retrospective dedicated to Angelica Kauffman taking place in Düsseldorf and London in 2020, the Royal Academy of Arts is organising a study day on the artist on Wednesday … Continue reading CFP: Angelica Kauffman Study Day (London, 16 September 20)

CFP: A Matter of Access (Munich/London, 22-25 Jun 19)

From: Adriana turpin <turpinadriana@hotmail.com> Date: Jan 9, 2019 Subject: CFP: A Matter of Access (Munich/London, 22-25 Jun 19) Munich and London, June 22 - 25, 2019 Deadline: Feb 28, 2019 A Matter of Access – Collections and their Visibility Organisers: Susan Bracken, Andrea M. Gáldy, Adriana Turpin (International Forum Collecting & Display) Since its foundation in 2004, … Continue reading CFP: A Matter of Access (Munich/London, 22-25 Jun 19)

When Michelangelo Was Modern (New York, 12-13 Apr 2019)

From: Ellen Prokop <center@frick.org> Subject: CFP: When Michelangelo Was Modern (New York, 12-13 Apr 2019) New York, The Frick Collection and Frick Art Reference Library, April 12 - 13, 2019 Deadline: Oct 22, 2018 CALL FOR PAPERS “When Michelangelo Was Modern: The Art Market and Collecting in Italy 1450–1650” Symposium, April 12 and 13, 2019 CENTER FOR THE HISTORY … Continue reading When Michelangelo Was Modern (New York, 12-13 Apr 2019)