Soft Interventions: Knitting, Embroidery and Textiles as Challenges to the Art Historical and Social Canon
Université de Paris – Laboratoire de recherche sur les Cultures Anglophones – UMR 8225, January 23 - 24, 2020
Deadline: May 31, 2019
Les manières de faire vernaculaires / Vernacular Ways
Monday, April 22, 2019 - 5:00pm to Thursday, April 25, 2019 - 7:00pm
& 15 Washington Street
Isabel Wilkerson, Farah Jasmine Griffin, Ayana Mathis
Free with RSVP: http://bit.ly/TannerFest
Flowing: Human Migrations and Human Values
The Tanner Lectures on Human Values Festival at Rutgers University-Newark
"Pilgrimage and the Senses"
7 June 2019
University of Oxford
Registration is now open for "Pilgrimage and the Senses" (7 June 2019). This one-day, interdisciplinary conference hosted at the University of Oxford is dedicated to exploring the sensory experience of pilgrimage throughout history and across cultures.
The Hallie Ford School of Graduate Studies at the Pacific Northwest College of Art presents the
2019 Graduate Symposium
CFP: Art and Environmental Justice
Date: November 22-23, 2019
Location: 511 NW Broadway, Portland, Oregon 97209
A free, full-day interdisciplinary symposium to promote dialog on the interplay of environmentalism, social justice, education, and the arts.
Call for Chapters: Japanese Horror: New Critical Approaches to History, Narratives and Aesthetics.
Scholar Day at the National Portrait Gallery
September 6, 2019
The National Portrait Gallery, 8th and G Streets, Washington, D.C. 20001
Call for Papers: submissions due Tuesday, June 18, 2019, to NPGPortal@si.edu
CALL FOR PROPOSALS FOR ACASA-SPONSORED SESSION
CAA 108th ANNUAL CONFERENCE
CHICAGO, FEBRUARY 12 - 15. 2020
DEADLINE for proposals to the ACASA board: April 19th, 2020
ADDRESS: Send proposals electronically to
Bukky Gbadegesin, CAA Liaison, firstname.lastname@example.org
and copy Cynthia Becker, ACASA Secretary, email@example.com
ACASA sponsors one session at CAA’s annual meeting.
The two world wars of the first half of the twentieth century, World War I (1914-1918) and World War II (1939 - 1945), wrought extraordinary levels of destruction. Much of the artistic production during the period reflected grim and complicated realities, while a number of works of art of the post-war period played a role in the memorialization of the wars or served as critical commentary on the wars’ historical legacies.