Jointly organised by Durham University’s Zurbarán Centre, the ARTES Iberian & Latin American Visual Culture Group and the Instituto Cervantes, this live online seminar series provides an open forum for engaging with innovative research relating to the visual arts in the Hispanic world.
The forthcoming three seminars focus on colonial Latin America and materiality.
9 March, 6.00 PM (GMT) – Dr Juan Ricardo Rey-Márquez (Buenos Aires), ‘Simulated Nature: Colour and texture in the eighteenth-century botanical drawings of José Celestino Mutis and his circle’
16 March, 6.00 PM (GMT) – Professor Charlene Villaseñor Black (UCLA), ‘On Shells and Sustainability in the Early Modern Iberian World’
30 March, 6.00 PM (GMT) – Professor Gabriela Siracusano (CONICET, National Research Council, Argentina), ‘Changing Colours. The case of the Lady of the Miracles of Salta’
Booking is essential. To register and receive a zoom link, click here: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=i9hQcmhLKUW-RNWaLYpvlNMF-qNhnXNCmAShgOHLsKdUREU0M0RJTjAzSUpIVlFaTzZWRlQzSlQwSy4u
The zoom link will be valid for all three seminars.
For the seminar abstracts and the speakers’ details, please click here: https://www.durham.ac.uk/research/institutes-and-centres/zurbaran/news-and-events/events/