New Territories: Landscape Representation in Contemporary Photographic Practices
Humboldt University of Berlin
16, 17 and 18 June 2017
This three-day workshop gathers international scholars and artists. From different disciplinary perspectives that include art histories, architecture, geography and archeology, speakers addresses the many pressing questions that representations of natural and man-made landscapes bring into focus: the national identity Read More
Reflecting on Charlotte Salomon
An Exhibition and Study Day at the Women’s Art Library organised by Goldsmith University of London
Study Day : 15.05.2017, 11.00-18.00
Special Collections Reading Room
The event is free of charge, but booking is required.
Special Collections Foyer
2017 marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of Charlotte Salomon (1917-1943), a German-Jewish artist who was killed Read More
London Metropolitan Archives (LMA) is home to an extraordinary range of documents, images, maps, film and books about London. This site offers an insight into the archives, with practical advice on how to research and use them, both at LMA and online.
We run a wide selection of talks, guided tours, film screenings, exhibitions and other Read More
This day-long event offers a platform to consider the position of women in the art world and address questions of inclusion and diversity, especially in relation to museum collections.
Speakers include Iwona Blazwick (Director Whitechapel Gallery), Susan Fisher Sterling (Director National Museum for Women in the Arts), Ann Gallagher (Director of Collections, Tate), and collectors Valeria Napoleone and Floriane de Saint Pierre.
Organised in Read More
The KuvA Research Days discuss artistic research across the disciplines
The Research Days of the Academy of Fine Arts (KuvA) are held from December 12 to December 14 in Helsinki, Finland. The themes explored in this public event include death, the role of the artist-researcher in society and in science, and archaeology as Read More
STUDY DAY: This study day will explore a century of outstanding contributions to photography by women. Inspired by the current Julia Margaret Cameron Display, academics, curators and writers will explore Women’s contribution to a genres including, fine art, fashion, war and political photographs.