Every Wednesday programmes on the arts, history, and heritage of Ukraine will be held at the Museum of Fine Arts in Rouen.
Princeton University Department of Art & Archaeology Conference, January 13–15, 2022 From October 15, 2021–January 23, 2022, the Pierpont Morgan Library & Museum in New York hosts an exhibition ten years in the making: Imperial Splendor: The Art of the Book in the Holy Roman Empire, 800–1500. The exhibition presents material that has never beforeContinue reading “Conference: Power, Patronage, and Production: Book Arts from Central Europe (ca. 800–1500) in American Collections, 13-15 January 2022”
We are delighted to announce the Beyond Exceptionalism II conference which will take place on 12-14 July 2022 at John Rylands Library in Manchester, UK. The conference will adopt a hybrid format that simultaneously offers sessions both in-person and via Zoom. In 2015, Beyond Exceptionalism I addressed the troubling situation that after over fifty years of intenseContinue reading “Call for Papers and Sessions: “Beyond Exceptionalism II, c.500-1500” 12-14 July 2022, deadline: 1 February 2022″
Call for PapersConference at the German Center for Art History – DFK Paris (and online)May 19–20, 2022 Organization:Philippe Cordez (Centre allemand d’histoire de l’art – DFK Paris)Rebecca Müller (Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg)Joanna Olchawa (Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main) According to ancient legend, one day Pythagoras was walking past a forge and heard four hammers pounding irons on anContinue reading “Call For Papers: Rhythms and Resonances. Sounding Objects in the Middle Ages. Deadline 15 January 2022”
To mark the completion of the Dumbarton Oaks Online Catalogue of Byzantine Seals in 2021, Dumbarton Oaks is hosting a colloquium to explore the production, function, inscriptions, iconographic designs, and significance of seals.
The 14th Jornadas Complutenses de Arte Medieval propose to focus on materiality as an essential factor in the artistic production, as well as on the poetics of immateriality and the intangible condition of the aesthetic experience.
A workshop organised by Sergi Sancho Fibla and Ingrid Falque at the UCLouvain (Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium) and on Zoom on the categories and sources destined to study performance and ritual in the late Middle Ages and the early modern period. Papers are in French and English.
The conference will sum up the status quaestionis of research into Syriac art and architecture and spell out major desiderata for the field going forward.
The conference will run in a hybrid form.
The three-part workshop intends to bring together doctoral students studying the Christian East to reflect on how to study the material world of the Christian East, to share methodologies, and to discuss their research with workshop respondents