EVA 2019 Florence
EVA 2019 Florence
Tangible Cultural Heritage (TCH) of South Asia is not limited to World Heritage Sites and the landscape is dotted with archaeological sites indicating the long and eventful history of the Region. In many of these TCH sites there are associated Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH) which are neglected due to lack of resources. There are sites in the Region which are yet to be identified, conserved, restored and managed for posterity. However, the bigg
The SAARC Region is bound together through the shared cultural traits which have evolved through the centuries. Hinduism is the oldest surviving living religion in South Asia dating back to more than three millennium BCE.
We are pleased to announce that “2. International Conference on Creative and Innovative Approaches (ICCIA 2018)” will be held in Skopje / MACEDONIA on 18-20 October 2018.
The main aim of the conference to bring out creative and innovative ideas in the areas of education, science and arts. The conference is open to all issues that can be associated with the concept of creativity and innovation and is open to multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary studies. This framework will include high-quality theoretical and practical papers.
Rating Academy and Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart University, Karabük University, the Baku-Slavian University which is organized in cooperation with the 2nd International Congress Awareness, between 13-15 December 2018, Çanakkale / Turkey will be held in. We invite all scholars, researchers, artists, teachers and students interested in the theme of our conference to submit papers.
We are seeking for panelists for a panel which discusses mural paintings in grottoes and temples in a broader Asian context. Studies of mural paintings in grottoes and temples are accepted. Contributions may address but not limited to one of the following themes or topics:
- Artistic representations of mural paintings
- Architectural significance of mural paintings
- Epigraphical sources on mural paintings
- Societal milieu behind the construction of mural paintings
- Iconographical studies
For all you procrastinators out there, your time has come: you have until July 19 to register for The Archaeology Channel Tour of Iran! Focusing on cultural heritage sites of ancient and medieval Persia, we will conduct this tour during the period October 19 to November 4, 2018. We have our minimum of ten people signed up and have a maximum of 25. We are doing everything possible to recruit a full complement of 25.
We are pleased to inform you that Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts has re-launched its bi-annual Journal ‘Kalākalpa’ in July 2017. Kalākalpa addresses itself to a holistic understanding of the arts, not as an activity dissociated from life but as a response to it. Its aim is to foster an active dialogue amongst the scholars of various disciplines.
The Aga Khan University Institute for the Study of Muslim Civilisations is delighted to invite you to Muslim Cultures in the Indian Ocean: Diversity and Pluralism, Past and Present on 12-14 September 2018.
One-day symposium at Mystic Seaport Museum, September 21, 2018