Tickets are now on sale for this year’s Annual Art History Colloquium, organised in conjunction with the Journal of Art Historiography. Tickets, priced at £10 for students and £20 full price, can be purchased from the Online Shop here.
“Curating Art History: Dialogues between museum professionals and academics” will take place on the 7th and 8th May 2014 at The Barber Institute of Fine Arts.
Catherine De Lorenzo
(University of New South Wales, Australia)
Helen Shaw (University of York); Andy Ellis (Public Catalogue Foundation); Karen Raney (Engage Journal); Ming Turner (National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan; Vera Carmo (University of Coimbra, Portugal); Elin Morgan (The University of Birmingham; The New Art Gallery, Walsall); Rebecca Darley and Daniel Reynolds (The Warburg Institute; The University of Birmingham); Richard Clay, Henry Chapman, Leslie Brubaker (The University of Birmingham); Stacy Boldrick (The Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh); Simon Cane (Birmingham Museums Trust)
Ethnography and curating native art:
Australian art history and Aboriginal art; curating Native American art
Knowledge exchange and development:
Providing specialist knowledge to public art collections; gallery education and curatorial strategies
Exhibitions that challenge curatorial practice and art history:
Post-humanist desire: Innovative research and methods of display; Crash Music: re-exhibiting impermanent art; Jacob Epstein’s Rock Drill: a creative curatorial opportunity
Case study at the Barber Institute:
Exhibiting coins as economic artefacts: Faith and Fortune: visualizing the divine on Byzantine and early Islamic coinage
Round table – International Iconoclasms network:
Cross-disciplinary debate and Art Under Attack: Histories of British Iconoclasm at Tate Britain
The poster is available here: Curating Art History Colloquium 7th and 8th May 2014