ARTECHNE – Technique in the Arts, 1500-1950


Fondazione Giorgi Cini: Study Day Discourse on Method. Prints and Illustrations in the Renaissance

Sixteenth-century Venice was a major European centre of woodcut and chalcographic production, as regards reproductions and original prints. An army of local and foreign artists, draughtsmen, engravers and printers worked in the many printing presses in the city, creating Titian, The Triumph of Christ, detail an unrivalled production in Italy in terms of both quantity…

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Docent Conservatie en Restauratie gezocht: HAWK Hochschule Hildesheim / Holzminden / Göttingen

De HAWK Hochschule Hildesheim / Holzminden / Göttingen zoekt naar een hoogleraar voor de cursussen Conservation and Restoration (B.Sc.) / Conservation and Restoration Science (M.Sc.) Gezocht wordt naar een professor op het gebied van kunstgeschiedenis, -theorie en restauratie.  De school zoekt een gekwalificeerd persoon met een universitaire opleiding in kunstgeschiedenis, een bovengemiddeld doctoraat of een…

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Call for Applications: Virtual/Material: Color/Pigment Graduate Workshop

The Department of Art History at Penn State University is seeking applications from doctoral students in art history and related disciplines for the week-long workshop, Virtual/Material: Color/Pigment. Funded by the Samuel H. Kress Foundation, this workshop will offer an integrated curriculum of Technical and Digital Art History via the special case history of color. Through…

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CALL FOR NOMINATIONS: Distinguished Lorentz Fellowship & Prize 2021/22

NIAS and the Lorentz Center invite you to nominate one of more candidates for the Distinguished Lorentz Fellowship and Prize 2021-22. Persons who may nominate include: rectors and deans of Dutch universities, members of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW) and of the Young Academy (DJA), the board of the Dutch Network of…

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PUBLICATION: Marieke Hendriksen edited the special issue ‘Rethinking Performative Methods in the History of Science’ for Berichte zur Wissenschafte

Marieke Hendriksen edited the special issue ‘Rethinking Performative Methods in the History of Science’ for Berichte zur Wissenschafte. In this special issue, historians and philosophers of science for whom performative methods play an important role in their work reflect on these questions from their own research and teaching practices. Despite their diverse objects and periods…

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