Workshop and Traveling seminars in the Study of Sixteenth-Century Italian Drawings
Call for Papers
A conference on the spectacle of violence in the early modern period.
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam & Flemish Arts Centre De Brakke Grond
21-22 March 2019
Photography, Immigration, and the Making of Citizenship: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives
Wednesday, May 1 | 6:30 – 8 PM
ICP Museum, 250 Bowery, New York
Free with registration
CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS
Deadline: 8 June 2018 via www.bit.ly/PC17001830BOOK
Fields: Art History, Book History, Eighteenth-Century Studies, Printing History, Visual Culture
Title: Printing Colour 1700-1830: Histories, Techniques, Functions and Receptions
Editors: Elizabeth Savage (Institute of English Studies), Margaret Morgan Grasselli (National Gallery of Art)
The aim of the third edition of The Left Conference, Photography and Film is to debate the use of photographs and film from a leftist stance. In particular, to critical examine and explore the relation of documentary practices with political commitment in different historical circumstances throughout the twentieth century and the early twenty first century.
The seminar/conference together will take place at the Faculty of Belas Artes of the University of Lisbon on the 9th and 10th November 2018.
Led by eminent ficto-critical writer and anthropologist Jury Professor Stephen Muecke and set in the historic Oratunga sheep station on the traditional lands of the Adnyamathanha people, this four day winter school includes workshops with artists and thinkers affiliated with the J.M. Coetzee Centre for Creative Practice. Interdisciplinary in approach, the winter school examines creative place-making in storied Country. Workshops invite and expect an appropriate engage-ment with, and response to, Country, but will locate this critically and historically.
The Kentucky Women Writers Conference is now accepting submissions for our annual emerging writer awards, the Betty Gabehart Prizes in fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. Every $10 entry fee directly supports the prize honorariums of $300 each, and winners also receive full tuition support to enroll in a small-group writing workshop during the conference on Sept. 14–15, as well as an opportunity to give a reading during the conference.
The Watermill Center is now accepting applications for it's 2019 Artist Residency Program, and wants to open the opportunity to academics and writers!
Sir Michael Dummett Lecture Theatre, Christ Church, Oxford, Friday 15th June, 2018
Convenors: Dr. Julia Langbein and Dr. Ros Holmes