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I simposi Magistri Cataloniae: artista anònim, artista amb signatura: Identitat, estatus i rol de l’artista en l’art medieval. (Part of the research project Artistas, patronos y público: Cataluña y el Mediterráneo: Siglos XI-XV.) Barcelona, Departament d’Art i de Musicologia, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, 7-8 November 2014. Programme Registration is now open.
***Juan Facundo Riaño Essay Medal: Call for Submissions. Deadline 15th February*** To encourage emerging scholars, ARTES (the Iberian and Latin American Visual Culture Group) awards an annual essay medal to the author of the best essay on the art, architecture or visual culture of the Hispanic world. The winner is also awarded a cash prizeContinue reading “Hispanic Visual Culture Essay Prize: Deadline 15th February”
A sculpture by Pedro de Mena (b. Granada 1628 – d. Malaga 1688) of the Mater Dolorosa or Virgin of Sorrows has gone on display at The Fitzwilliam in Cambridge in a drive to help publicise the Museum’s funding-raising appeal for the acquisition of the work. Tim Knox Director of the Museum, who has kindly entertainedContinue reading “The Fitzwilliam Museum in fundraising drive to acquire a Mater Dolorosa by Pedro de Mena”
ARTES Coll & Cortés Scholarships Awards Ceremony, Embassy of Spain, 39 Chesham Place, London SW1X 8SB, Tuesday, 30 September, 6:00-7:30PM. (ARTES members and members’ named guests only.) Thanks to the generous support of art dealers Coll & Cortés, ARTES awards a number of scholarships each year to students working on any aspect of Spanish, Portuguese or LatinContinue reading “Artes Coll & Cortés Scholarships Awards Ceremony, London, 30 September 2014”
A celebration of the music and art of Toledo in the 16th century will held at the Church of St James – London’s ‘Spanish Church’ – in the West End on Tuesday 16th September. The event is the being organised by the BritishSpanish Society. At the time of El Greco, Toledo was a major centreContinue reading “Tuesday 16 September 2014 – Concert in London: Music and art in Toledo at the time of El Greco”