Conference: Cambridge History of Art Graduate Conference 2012

Oranda-sen No Zu, Japanese Woodblock, c.19, British Museum

‘Beyond Borders: The Impact of Cultural Exchange in Art History’, 10-11 May 2012, The Sir Humphrey Cripps Theatre, Magdalene College, University of Cambridge

The two-day conference organised by the University of Cambridge History of Art Department will address cross-cultural influences within the various art disciplines over a far-reaching geographical and chronological spectrum. The aim of the conference is to provide, and promote, an interdisciplinary forum for scholars investigating issues from appropriation of styles and motifs, to collecting and patronage. The speakers are graduate students from all over the world, as well as keynote speakers Professor Partha Mitter from the University of Sussex and Dr Sarah Turner from the University of York. The conference is organised by Molly Dorkin, Rachel Parikh, and Josephine Perfall. For more information and to register to attend, please visit www.artconference2012.com or contact the organisers at: info@artconference2012.com

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