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Durham University

Centre for Visual Arts and Culture

Previous Events

List of months

Wednesday 11 July 2018

Visual Intersections III

MHL 454, 453 & 223, Business School, Durham

The Centre for Visual Arts and Culture and the Durham Leverhulme Doctoral Training Programme in Visual Culture are hosting their 3rd Annual Conference in the Visual Intersections Series.

Details of the programme are here.

Booking for this conference is now closed.


Thursday 12 July 2018

Visual Intersections III

MHL 454, 453 & 223, Business School, Durham

The Centre for Visual Arts and Culture and the Durham Leverhulme Doctoral Training Programme in Visual Culture are hosting their 3rd Annual Conference in the Visual Intersections Series.

Details of the programme are here.

Booking for this conference is now closed.


Friday 13 July 2018

Visual Intersections III

MHL 454, 453 & 223, Business School, Durham

The Centre for Visual Arts and Culture and the Durham Leverhulme Doctoral Training Programme in Visual Culture are hosting their 3rd Annual Conference in the Visual Intersections Series.

Details of the programme are here.

Booking for this conference is now closed.


Portraiture Conference

MHL 454, 453 & 223, Business School, Durham, Professor Ludmilla Jordanova and other contributors

The study of portraiture is beginning to come into its own now that old assumptions about the low status of the genre have been challenged and contextualised. The ubiquity and diversity of portraits means that they can be used as evidence to address a wide range of questions, while the very idea ‘portrait’ is immensely rich. The conference is designed to open up fresh perspectives on a potent form of visual culture that is of continuing importance yet unevenly distributed in time and place.

The programme is avaliable here.

Booking for this conference is now avaliable here.

Contact cvac@durham.ac.uk for more information about this event.


Saturday 14 July 2018

Portraiture Conference

MHL 454, 453 & 223, Business School, Durham, Professor Ludmilla Jordanova and other contributors

The study of portraiture is beginning to come into its own now that old assumptions about the low status of the genre have been challenged and contextualised. The ubiquity and diversity of portraits means that they can be used as evidence to address a wide range of questions, while the very idea ‘portrait’ is immensely rich. The conference is designed to open up fresh perspectives on a potent form of visual culture that is of continuing importance yet unevenly distributed in time and place.

The programme is avaliable here.

Booking for this conference is now avaliable here.

Contact cvac@durham.ac.uk for more information about this event.


Sunday 15 July 2018

Portraiture Conference

MHL 454, 453 & 223, Business School, Durham, Professor Ludmilla Jordanova and other contributors

The study of portraiture is beginning to come into its own now that old assumptions about the low status of the genre have been challenged and contextualised. The ubiquity and diversity of portraits means that they can be used as evidence to address a wide range of questions, while the very idea ‘portrait’ is immensely rich. The conference is designed to open up fresh perspectives on a potent form of visual culture that is of continuing importance yet unevenly distributed in time and place.

The programme is avaliable here.

Booking for this conference is now avaliable here.

Contact cvac@durham.ac.uk for more information about this event.