CRAACE research fellow Julia Secklehner has been interviewed about interwar Austrian and Czech caricature by the cultural and political internet daily Britské listy, one of several Knowledge Exchange projects operated by Glasgow University.
Session 1 of our workshop Modernity and Religion in Central European Art and Architecture will take place at
18.00 CET on 18 February 2021
on Zoom, featuring papers by
Matthew Rampley (Masaryk University, Brno)
Manuela Klauser (Independent Scholar, Munich).
CALL FOR PAPERS
The Czech Association of Art Historians and the Faculty of Art and Design of Jan Evangelista Purkyně University in Ústí nad Labem, will host the 7th Congress of Art Historians, dedicated to the subject of Infrastructures of (the History of) Art, and announce an open call for papers. The Congress is open to all colleagues working in art history and related fields.
Infrastruktury (dějin) umění
Infrastructures of (the History of) Art
Location: Ústí nad Labem
Date: September 23–24, 2021 (conference) + September 25 (excursion)
[In the event of continued restrictions due to Covid-19 an alternative date will be set well in advance.]
The 109th Annual Conference of the College Art Association will take place online between 10 and 13 February 2021. The sessions have been pre-recorded and will be made available to registered participants from 5 February. Live Q&A sessions will be held in the timeframe of the conference.
CRAACE researchers are involved in two sessions:
Marta Filipová is co-chairing the session From Redevelopment to Responsibility: Environmentally (Un)Friendly Design with Vendula Hnídková. The session is sponsored by the Design History Society. Live Q&As will be held on 11 February at 20–20.30 CET.
Nóra Veszprémi is presenting a paper entitled ‘How to Look Past Isms?’ in the session A Multiplicity of Perspectives at the Museum of Modern Art (In conversation with curators at MoMA). Live Q&As will be held on 13 February at 16–16.30 CET. The session is organised in the framework of the CAA–Getty International Programme, and it is one of the five Global Conversations sponsored by the programme this year.
CRAACE research fellow Marta Filipová has been interviewed about the painter Milada Marešová (1901–1987) on the Czech national radio channel ČRo Dvojka. You can listen to the radio programme here.
The radio series Osudové ženy introduces remarkable women of Czech history to wider audiences, and has featured not only the life and work of female politicians, writers, sportswomen, and actresses, but also the artists Mary Duras (1884–1982) and Vlasta Vostřebalová-Fischerová (1898–1963). Each programme combines period recordings, dramatizations by actors, and studio discussions with specialists.