- Silvia Massa
THE NEWS CORNER #23
27th September, 2018
Born on this day: Cosimo De Medici (1389)
October is almost here:
let's take a look at what it will bring
(other than chilly air and brown leaves):
OCTOBER 24, Metropolitan Museum NYC: Print Study Day - Exploring Early Nineteenth Century Printmaking, 11am-1pm
OCTOBER 24-26: The RKD-Netherlands Institute for Art History organises the seminar Rembrandt's European Papers on the theory of Computer-Assisted Classification of Watermarks and Chain Line Patterns for Moldmate Identification held by Professor C. Richard Johnson Jr., Jacobs Technion-Cornell Institute, Cornell Tech (New York City). Max 20 people can attend the seminar, apply by October 15.
OCTOBER 26-27, Academia Belgica and Reale Istituto Neerlandese, Rome: L'incisione belga e neerlandese nell'Italia del primo Novecento.
CFP: The artistic taste of nations: contesting geographies of European art, 1550-1815.
The conference will take place in Amsterdam, 13-14 June. Deadline: November 15!
The National Gallery Prague is looking for a Curator of Prints and Drawings 20th and 21st century, apply by October 15.
The Clark Art Institute’s Research and Academic Program awards funded residential fellowships to national and international scholars, critics, and curators of exceptional promise and accomplishment. Apply by October 15.
PREMIO MESTRE ALBERTO BENVENUTI - 5th edition (graphic art biennial "PF Pro festivitate") organized by the Centro Calcografico 3C, Mestre. Send your artworks by October 26.
The House of Illustration in London is looking for a curatorial assistant, one-year fixed term. Deadline for applications: October 5!
FOR THE GRAPHIC DESIGNERS OUT THERE: the British Museum is looking for a fixed-term (until March 2019) senior graphic designer. Apply by October 9.
JOB **deadline 28 September**
the Kunstmuseum Moritzburg Halle is looking for an art historian with a specialisation in history of photography to be the next Head of Photography Collection.
COURSE Circulating Photographs: Materials, Practices, Institutions. A photo-historical course organized by the Bibliotheca Hertziana (Max Planck Institute for Art History) Rome and the Folkwang Universität der Künste Essen (Rome, Bibliotheca Hertziana, March 18-22, 2019). Apply by October 22.
CFP Atelierfotografie und Fotografenatelier: Mediengeschichte zwischen Kommerz, Kitsch und Kunst. The conference will take place in Altenburg, 21-23 June 2019, during the exhibition Stadt.Mensch.Geschichten. – Atelierfotografie Arno Kersten 1867 bis 1938. Deadline October 31.
Our Rome satellite
has just started a new season of activities
with a visit to the Salone Sistino
in the Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana and the exhibition held there...
...and they are now planning some interviews
that we will soon publish on our blog...
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