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History of Art seminars and events

Mon
30
May

York Summer Theory Institute: Psychoanalysis and Art History: POSTPONED

2022 York Summer Theory Institute in Art History

Sat
18
Jun

Handling History: Exploring dress accessories

Dress accessories - those small items that people carried, wore and handled - have big stories to tell.

Tue
28
Jun

The Worlds of British Sculpture: Sculpture and Empire at St Paul’s Cathedral, c.1796-1916

The Pantheons project's final conference, concerned with the intersections of sculpture and world religions at the cathedral c. 1796 - 1916

Fri
8
Jul

Dwelling on the everyday: architecture, ghosts, ellipses

Two workshops staged via Zoom over two afternoons -- Friday 8 July and Friday 29 July -- bring together artists, writers and scholars from across the humanities and social sciences to examine relationships between everyday architecture where people lived and what is left behind, salvaged, celebrated, or overlooked, but may sometimes be reactivated in powerful and unpredictable ways by those who come later.

Fri
29
Jul

Dwelling on the Everyday: architecture, ghosts, ellipses Part II

The second of two workshops staged via Zoom over two afternoons bringing together artists, writers and scholars from across the humanities and social sciences to examine relationships between everyday architecture where people lived and what is left behind, salvaged, celebrated, or overlooked, but may sometimes be reactivated in powerful and unpredictable ways by those who come later.