CFP: Artifacts, Images and Forms in Global Circulation (Paris, 13-14 June 2019)

Artifacts, Images and Forms in Global Circulation: A Digital Approach of Visual Semantics

Co-organizers : Ecole Normale supérieure, Université de Grenoble-Alpes/Laboratoire de Recherche Historique Rhône-Alpes, Purdue College of Liberal Arts.

Chairs : Béatrice Joyeux-Prunel, Paula Barreiro-Lopez, Catherine Dossin.

As part of the 10th anniversary of the Artl@s project, Artl@s are organizing an international conference on the digital approach to the circulation of images and forms.

Summer internships at the Ringling Museum of Art, Florida

The Ringling Museum of Art is now accepting applications for the 2019 paid summer internship program. There are a number of possible projects for interns in the Asian department, so please encourage your grad students to apply. The internships are, unfortunately, restricted to applicants with current US visas allowing them to work in the US. 

Rhiannon Paget

Curator of Asian Art

CFP: Boletín de Arte (n. 40/2019) - Special Commemorative Issue on Animals and Art History

CFP: Boletín de Arte (n. 40/2019) - Special Commemorative Issue on Animals and Art History

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Boletín de Arte n 40/2019: Monográfico conmemorativo sobre Animales e Historia del Arte
Envío de artículos: 30 de noviembre, 2018 – 28 de febrero, 2019.
Idiomas aceptados: Español, Inglés, Francés e Italiano

Co-editoras del número monográfico: Reyes Escalera Pérez y Concepción Cortés Zulueta

EXHIBIT> "The Newar Craftsmen of Kathmandu Valley: Objects of Devotion from Nepal" at Holy Cross College, Worcester, Massachusetts

The Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Art Gallery at the College of the Holy Cross Exhibition, November 1-December 15:

“The Newar Craftsmen of Kathmandu Valley: Objects of Devotion from Nepal”

Re: Palais Sans Souci Painting Restoration is Completed/La restauration de cette oeuvre d'art historique est finie.

This restoration of the original colors is stunning. Having seen the original years ago the degree of detail visible now is full of revelations, even in this small digital image on the web. Congratulations and thanks to the restorers and to all who enabled this important effort. A great national treasure for Haiti. LeGrace Benson

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