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  • Call for Scientific Board - ArtHist: Netzwerk für Kunstgeschichte im H-Net / Archiv
    the art community by highlighting both pratical and theoretical discourse in the following branches Medieval Archaeology and Art History Palaeography Modern Art History Contemporary Art History Restoration History of Theater Art Aesthetics Philosophy of Art Art and Law Cinema Art Museum Art The call is open to researchers academics and scholars interested in the above branches of art The scientific board is responsible for the publication of the articles papers

    Original URL path: http://arthist.org/archive/12124 (2016-02-12)
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  • Kunsttexte, Issue: Publishing in the Renaissance - ArtHist: Netzwerk für Kunstgeschichte im H-Net / Archiv
    Florence From early on however there were many minor publishers often very engaged but successful only for a few years These were often intellectuals who followed special interests in their publishing policy In Florence there was Anton Francesco Doni member of the literary academy who published his own works but also those of his academy fellows for example the lessons they presented in the Academy His engagement did not lead to financial success and after a few years he had to stop In Venice Francesco Sansovino was a likeminded who published his own works as well and those of his friends and some literary editions There are numerous examples of private engagement in printing We invite papers which present in an exemplary way minor printers in the Renaissance in Italy France Spain Germany concentrating on their formation their printing policy their outreach and influence The articles are due on May 1 2016 but a short note of interest would be welcome beforehand Papers are welcome in German English French Italian or Spanish For more information about the open access online journal Kunsttexte and for the author guidelines please look at www kunsttexte de Please send inquiries and proposals to Angela

    Original URL path: http://arthist.org/archive/12164 (2016-02-12)
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  • Collecting, Exhibiting and Preserving (Bern, 7-8 Apr 16) - ArtHist: Netzwerk für Kunstgeschichte im H-Net / Archiv
    the nineteenth century its influence and interactions as well as its transformation process Furthermore the conference offers a platform to discuss methodological strategies for the research of museums of applied arts as a collecting institution not least through transdisciplinary approaches PROGRAM Thursday April 7 2016 12 00 Arrival and registration 12 30 Welcome and introduction 12 45 Miklós Székely Budapest Hungary Innovation Entrepreneurship and Socially Engaged Acquisition Policy in an Emerging Regional Capital The Franz Joseph I Museum of Industry of Kolozsvár Cluj Napoca 13 45 Regina Höfer Bonn Germany Museums of Applied Arts in India in Historical Perspective 14 45 Isaline Deléderray Oguey Neuchâtel Switzerland What is an Industrial Museum or an Art Industrial Museum in Switzerland 1860 1925 15 45 Coffee and Tea provided 16 15 Klára Nemeckova Dresden Germany Lehrmittel und Exponat die Lehrmittelsammlung des Dresdner Kunstgewerbemuseums als flexibles Sammlungskonzept Teaching Material and Exhibit The Collection of Teaching Material in the Dresden Museum of Decorative Arts As a Flexible Collection Concept 17 15 Keynote Lecture PD Dr Martina Griesser Stermscheg Technisches Museum Wien Universität für angewandte Kunst Wien The History of Museum Storage and What We Can Learn From It for Today Friday April 8 2016 9 00 Keynote Lecture Dr Andrea Meyer Technische Universität Berlin Germany Contacts and Conflicts A Transnational Approach to Museums 10 00 Julia Bärnighausen Florence Italy Browsing the Archive Photography and the Applied Arts at the 2Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz 11 00 Daniele Galleni Pisa Italy The Galleria degli Arazzi in Florence Rediscovery and Fortune of the Tapestry Between Fashion and Erudition 12 00 Coffee and Tea provided 13 00 Thorsten Henke Hannover Germany Die Sammlung Friedrich Culemann im Museumskonzept Carl Schuchhardts 1859 1943 The Collection Frederik Culemann and the Early Years of the Kestner Museum Carl Schuchhardt and the Idea of

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  • Journal of Early Modern History 20.1, 2016, Special Issue: The Art of Embassy - ArtHist: Netzwerk für Kunstgeschichte im H-Net / Archiv
    and Images in the Early Modern Diplomatic Encounter 3 18 Sean Roberts The Lost Map of Matteo de Pasti Cartography Diplomacy and Espionage in the Renaissance Adriatic 19 38 Sinem Casale A Peace for a Prince The Reception of a Safavid Child Hostage at the Ottoman Court 39 62 Carrie Anderson Material Mediators Johan Maurits Textiles and the Art of Diplomatic Exchange 63 85 Kristel Smentek Chinoiseries for the Qing

    Original URL path: http://arthist.org/archive/12168 (2016-02-12)
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  • Constructing the Architectural Canon (Wassenaar, 22-23 Feb 16) - ArtHist: Netzwerk für Kunstgeschichte im H-Net / Archiv
    not only put a new light on the origins of the genre its objectives and idiosyncracies they are also instructive for our contemporary efforts to redefine the architectural canon and rewrite its history Nineteenth century authors touched upon themes that are still relevant and fiercely debated today in the fields of architectural history and cultural heritage studies such as the choice for a global versus local or national perspective the value of generalization versus the acknowledgement of the particular the value of professional versus popular knowledge The workshop at NIAS brings scholars together who research the origins of architectural history and the genre of the architectural history survey text in the long nineteenth century It aspires to exchange and critically discuss each others historiographical insights in order to define common principles and concepts for a publication and international research project PROGRAM Monday February 22 Invention Uses and Impact of the Architectural History Survey text Chair Lex Bosman University of Amsterdam 14 00 14 10 welcome by prof dr Paul Emmelkamp rector of the NIAS 14 10 14 20 Petra Brouwer Introduction to the workshop 14 20 14 50 Christopher Drew Amstrong University of Pittsburgh Architectural history before the survey text 14 50 15 20 Martin Bressani McGill University Pre surveys of Hope 1835 Ramée 1843 and Bâtissier 1843 and the alternative of Viollet le Duc 15 20 15 50 Petra Brouwer University of Amsterdam A new genre The first architectural history survey texts coffee tea 16 15 16 45 Stephan Muthesius University of East Anglia The margins of architectural history 16 45 17 15 Mari Hvattum Oslo School of Architecture and Design Architectural history and the public realm 17 15 17 45 discussion referee Caroline van Eck Leiden University Tuesday February 23 Architectural History Survey Texts case studies Chair Lex

    Original URL path: http://arthist.org/archive/12167 (2016-02-12)
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  • Sammeln, Ent-Sammeln, Musealisieren (Düsseldorf, 19 Feb 16) - ArtHist: Netzwerk für Kunstgeschichte im H-Net / Archiv
    Belastung oder Chance Wohin mit der Kunst Ausgehend von dem Beispiel der Sammlung Neumann in Goch widmet sich die Tagung den Themen Sammeln Ent Sammeln und Musealisieren und der damit verbundenen Verantwortung aber auch den daraus resultierenden Möglichkeiten für Museen Städte und Kommunen Zentrale Fragen die sich aus dem praktischen aber auch wissenschaftlichen Umgang mit Sammlungen Nachlässen und Schenkungen ergeben werden auf dieser Tagung zu diskutieren sein PROGRAMM 10 00 Uhr Begrüßung und Einführung Prof Dr Andrea von Hülsen Esch Dr Thomas Hoeps Dr Stephan Mann 10 15 Uhr Sammeln im Rheinland Akteure Profile Interessen Jun Prof Dr Ulli Seegers Institut für Kunstgeschichte Universität Düsseldorf 11 15 Uhr Das Museum als Ort der Geschichtenerzähler Die Weltkunst Sammlung des Hagener Mäzens Karl Ernst Osthaus und die kollektive Sammlung Kunst aus Nordrhein Westfalen im Vergleich Dr Marcel Schumacher Direktor Kunsthaus Nordrhein Westfalen Kornelimünster Aachen 12 15 12 30 Uhr Kaffeepause 12 30 Uhr Entsammeln für die Zukunft Dirk Heisig Leiter MUSEALOG Die Museumsakademie Emden 13 30 14 30 Uhr Mittagspause DISKUSSIONSPANELS 14 30 Uhr Panel 1 Sammlungskonzepte Zwischen Kostenfaktor und Alleinstellungsmerkmal Impulsvortrag Dr Hans Günter Golinski Direktor Kunstmuseum Bochum Moderation Dr Stephan Mann Direktor Museum Goch 15 30 Uhr 15 45 Uhr Kaffeepause 15 45 Uhr Panel 2 Wie viel Tradition können bzw müssen wir uns leisten Impulsvortrag Dr Bettina Paust Künstlerische Direktorin Stiftung Museum Schloss Moyland Moderation Dr Thomas Hoeps Leiter Kulturbüro Mönchengladbach 16 45 Uhr Panel 3 Die Funktion des Museums in der Region Impulsvortrag Dr Viola Weigel Direktorin Kunsthalle Wilhelmshaven Moderation Prof Dr Andrea von Hülsen Esch Institut für Kunstgeschichte Universität Düsseldorf 17 45 Uhr Pause 18 00 Uhr PODIUMSDISKUSSION Privat Sammlungen und Künstlernachlässe Herausforderung oder Chance Moderation Dr Franz Josef Sladeczek ARTexperts ARTcurators Bern mit Dr Thomas Hoeps Leiter Kulturbüro Mönchengladbach Silvia Köhler M A Vorstand Künstlernachlässe Mannheim

    Original URL path: http://arthist.org/archive/12157 (2016-02-12)
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  • The Medieval Viewer (London, 19 Feb 16) - ArtHist: Netzwerk für Kunstgeschichte im H-Net / Archiv
    at all levels from universities across the UK and abroad to present and promote their research Organised by Maeve O Donnell and Bryan Keene The Courtauld Institute of Art with the generous support of Michael Carter Ticket entry details Free admission but booking is required BOOK ONLINE https www eventbrite co uk e 21th annual medieval postgraduate student colloquium tickets 19907316319 PROGRAMME 09 30 10 00 Registration 10 00 10 10 Welcome Session 1 Viewership More than seeing 10 10 10 30 Miguel Ayres de Campos The Courtauld Institute of Art Seen unseen on the mirabilis as visual object 10 30 10 50 Laura Stefanescu University of Sheffield Heavenly Music in the Garden of Love Sound Emotion and Devotional Practice 10 50 11 10 Sophie Kelly University of Kent Seeing the Trinity Through the Late Medieval Illuminated Book 11 10 11 30 Discussion 11 30 12 00 TEA COFFEE BREAK provided in Seminar room 1 Session 2 Whence the Viewer 12 00 12 20 Anna Konya Central European University Budapest Decorating the Sanctuary The Iconography Function and Reception of Eucharistic Imagery in the Late Gothic Wall Paintings of Transylvania 12 20 12 40 Lydia Hansell The Courtauld Institute of Art Witnessing the Nativity 12 40 13 00 Krisztina Ilko University of Cambridge Desire to see the medieval viewer and the hagioscope 13 00 13 20 Discussion 13 20 14 30 LUNCH not provided Session 3 The Many Medieval Viewers 14 30 14 50 Anya Burgon University of Cambridge Viewing the Mill in Medieval Art c 1100 1250 14 50 15 10 Emily Savage University of St Andrews Apocalyptic Heroines and Villainesses Expanding Traditional Visual Narratives for the Medieval Female Viewer 15 10 15 30 Petr Jan Vinš Lucie Kodišová Charles University Prague Portable Altar From a Status Symbol to a

    Original URL path: http://arthist.org/archive/12159 (2016-02-12)
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  • Medieval Art, Architecture and Archaeology (London, 20 Feb 16) - ArtHist: Netzwerk für Kunstgeschichte im H-Net / Archiv
    scholars reassessing the architecture of the late Middle Ages It will present new research with an aim of sparking fresh debate and in line with Richard s own greatest passion to enable a wide range of scholars and students to participate in active and positive exchange Organised by The Courtauld Institute of Art the British Archaeological Association and the Ancients Monuments Society Supported by the Courtauld Institute of Art Ticket entry details 16 general admission 11 students Courtauld students staff and concessions BOOK ONLINE https www eventbrite co uk e medieval art architecture and archaeology a day seminar in celebration of the work of dr richard k tickets 20807895977 PROGRAMME 09 15 09 45 REGISTRATION 09 45 10 00 Welcome SESSION I Introduction and Approaches to Reconstruction 10 00 10 30 Nicola Coldstream Independent scholar Richard Morris and the rescue of Decorated 10 30 11 00 Linda Monckton Historic England Fact and fiction and the late medieval shrine of St Amphibalus 11 00 11 30 Miriam Gill Leicester University The painted scheme of the Warwick Chapel Tewkesbury Abbey 11 30 12 00 TEA COFFEE BREAK provided SESSION II Conception 12 00 12 30 James Alexander Cameron The Courtauld Institute of Art Modes of modo et forma in the fourteenth century English parish church 12 30 13 00 James Hillson University of York St Stephen s Chapel Westminster and St Augustine s Abbey Bristol iterative design prolonged construction and innovation during the 1290s 1340s 13 00 13 30 Peter Draper Birkbeck College The Bhojpur Line Drawings some medieval Indian plans elevations and moulding profiles from the 11th century 13 30 14 30 LUNCH provided for the speakers only SESSION III Workshops and the Archaeology of Buildings 14 30 15 00 Lucy Wrapson Hamilton Kerr Institute Workshop identities and moulding profiles on

    Original URL path: http://arthist.org/archive/12160 (2016-02-12)
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