Care and Identification of Photographs (from daguerreotypes to digital) May 21-24, 2018
Location: This workshop is hosted by UCLA Library Special Collections (Los Angeles, CA)
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What are the defining characteristics of individual photographic processes? How does environment affect the lives of photographic objects? In this 4-day intensive workshop, you will develop identification skills and knowledge about fine art and historic photographic processes, from the daguerreotype to digital prints. It will include study of color materials, and nitrate and acetate photographic films that pose preservation challenges. This workshop is intended for curators, collectors, archivists, collection managers, and anyone who studies or appreciates photographic prints.
The Academy of Certified Archivists (ACA), a certifying organization of professional archivists, will award 15 Archival Recertification Credits (ARCs) to eligible Certified Archivists (CAs) attending this workshop.
The American Society of Appraisers, the International Society of Appraisers, and the Appraisers Association of America will award 24 reaccreditation hours/professional development/continuing education credits for qualified appraisers attending this workshop.
For more information, please contact the instructor:
Free Process ID Charts: http://gawainweaver.com/processID
The Holy Name
The Fairfield University Art Museum will be hosting a symposium on April 5-6, 2018 in conjunction with the exhibition THE HOLY NAME. Art of the Gesù: Bernini and his Age (February 2 – May 19). Program information is below, with more information on the exhibition available at www.fairfield.edu/gesu.
Thursday, April 5
Dolan School of Business Dining Room
5 p.m. Keynote Lecture
“The Jesuits and the Arts: How and Why It Happened”
John O’Malley, S.J. University Professor, Department of Theology, Georgetown University
7:30 p.m. Musical Performance
Sacred Music in the Age of Bernini
Friday, April 6
Barone Campus Center, Oak Room
9 a.m. Registration and Coffee
9:30 a.m. Welcome
Linda Wolk-Simon Frank and Clara Meditz Director and Chief Curator, Fairfield University Art Museum, and Curator of the Exhibition
Michelle DiMarzo Curator of Education and Academic Engagement, Fairfield University Art Museum
9:45 a.m. “Girolamo Muziano, Scipione Pulzone, and the First Generation of Jesuit Art”
Charles W. Engelhard Curator and Department Head, Drawings and Prints, The Morgan Library & Museum
10:15 a.m. “Bernini, the Jesuit Artist?”
Professor of Italian, Boston College
10:45 a.m. “Bernini’s Monument to Cardinal Roberto Bellarmino”
Peter Jay Sharp Chief Curator, The Frick Collection, New York
11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. LUNCH ON YOUR OWN AND VIEWING OF THE EXHIBITION
1:30 p.m. “Baciccio, Bernini, Oliva and the Dome Fresco of the Gesù”
Professor, Department of Art History, University of Minnesota
2 p.m. “Giovanni Battista Gaulli and the ‘Adoration of the Most Holy Name’: Painting and Piety in Late Baroque Rome”
Christopher M. S. Johns
Norman and Roselea Goldberg Professor of History of Art, Vanderbilt University
2:30 p.m. Coffee Break
3 p.m. “Joshua and the Jesuits”
Associate Professor of Art History, New York University
3:30 p.m. “Music and the Jesuit Centenary of 1639”
Professor Emeritus, Bard College
4 p.m. “Teatro sacro: The Work of Andrea Pozzo in the Gesù and Sant’Ignazio”
Teaching Fellow, History of Art, University of Edinburgh
4:30 p.m. Discussion
5 p.m. Reception
The symposium is free and open to the public; reservations required. Register at fuam.eventbrite.com. Generous funding for the symposium has been provided by the Samuel H. Kress Foundation.
SECAC 2018 Conference in Birmingham
The deadline for submissions is 20 April 2018.
More information on the conference and how to submit available here: https://secac.memberclicks.net/
Two sessions that might be of particular interest are “Exhibitions as Sites of Activist Practice” and “The Future of the University Art Gallery.” See pdf for full descriptions of these and other panels.
College Art Association 106th Annual Conference, Los Angeles Convention Center, February 21–24, 2018
RAAMP Museum Academic Programs
Time: 02/22/2018: 12:30PM–1:30PM
Location: Room 404A, Los Angeles Convention Center
Marianne Eileen Wardle, Nasher Museum of Art, Duke University Hosted by CAA’s Resources for Academic Art Museum Professionals online project, this open discussion for colleagues interested in higher education academic programming at museums will focus on common concerns, ideas, practices, and shared information.
RAAMP Open Meeting
Time: 02/23/2018: 12:30PM–1:30PM
Location: Room 506, Los Angeles Convention Center
This meeting is open to all conference attendees.
Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) Bootcamp 2018, a one-day unconfrerence
CAA’s Education Committee, with support of the Samuel H. Kress Foundation, AHSC (Art Historians of Southern California), the University of Southern California, and CAA, has organized a SoTL Bootcamp, a one-day unconference to support members interested in the emerging field of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL).
Universities Art Association of Canada/l’association d’art des universités du Canada
Conference – 2018 – Congrès
October 25-27 octobre, 2018
Department of Fine Arts, University of WaterlooWaterloo, OntarioCall for Session Proposals /Appel de propositions de séances
2017 MAHS Conference
2013 Hood Museum, Dartmouth – Teaching Museums in the 21st Century: Moving Our Practice Forward: Part One Welcome remarks
2013 Hood Museum, Dartmouth – Teaching Museums in the 21st Century: Moving Our Practice Forward: Part Two Panel: Extra-Curricular Student Engagement
2013 Hood Museum, Dartmouth – Teaching Museums in the 21st Century: Moving Our Practice Forward: Part Three Panel: Towards the Ideal Learning Environment