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The Department of Art History and World Art Studies (ART) has an active calendar of events throughout the year, whose highlight is the World Art Research Seminar (WARS) series. This series brings leading researchers to the University to present their work. All talks are open to the public.

ARTs location within the renowned Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts (SCVA) offers access to a world-class programme of exhibitions, displays, talks, workshops, conferences, training, and family-friendly events.

Martindale Memorial Lecture Series Martindale Memorial Lecture Series

The Martindale Memorial Lecture Series is an annual event at the Department.

 

The 18th Martindale Memorial Lecture - October 2017

What time is it in the History of Art?
Prof Keith Moxey (Columbia University)
Monday, 16th October 2017
6:00 pm
Julian Study Centre (JSC) Room 3.02
Admission free - Open to all


For previous lectures and details, visit the Martindale Lecture Series page.

Latest news and events from ART Latest news and events from ART

Call for Papers. Shapes of Time: Recurrence in Material Culture

Monday 16 th October 2017 Department of Art History and World Art Studies, Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, UEA   Time is a fundamental dimension of human activity and...

Spring 2017 World Art Seminar Programme

Department of Art History & World Art Studies World Art Research Seminar - Spring 2017   Jan. 25 - Victor Pasmore's Battle for Abstract Art Dr. Alastair Grieve (former...

MA Gender Studies Launching

The Interdisciplinary Institute for the Humanities is sponsoring a series of lectures on key themes in gender and culture to mark the launch of the MA Gender Studies. " Cuteness,...

World Art Research Seminar Autumn 2016 Programme

WORLD ART RESEARCH SEMINAR Art History & World Art Studies Autumn 2016. SCVA Lecture Theatre (SCVA 01.10), Wednesdays 5-7pm: FREE to attend. ALL WELCOME! Sep. 28 - How...

Unseen Berger letters demonstrate friendship built on art

Previously unseen letters between distinguished writer John Berger and artist and filmmaker John Christie will go on public display at the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts this May. John Berger...

Art History and World Arts Studies postgraduate funding

UEA has a range of Art History and World Art Studies Scholarships and internships available for entry in September. Deadline 1 March 2016. For more information and application details: ...

UEA ART students meet director of Tate Modern

Last week, Chris Dercon , director of Tate Modern , invited some of our 2nd year undergraduates to meet him in London to discuss his plans for the gallery and the future development of its...

Global East Anglia exhibition

20th May to 19th July 2015 Curated by current MA Museum Studies students at the University of East Anglia, ‘Global East Anglia’ is a response to the students’ exploration of coastal communities...

The Skin of Objects: Rethinking Surfaces in Visual Culture

Conference 27th June 2015 Organised by University of East Anglia, Sainsbury Institute For Art and Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery. VENUE: Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery ...

Museums. Coastlines and the Sea

Conference 20 - 22 May 2015 Sainsbury Institute for Art, Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts This conference explores the role of the museum in relation to human engagements with the sea and...
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For queries about the WARS series, contact Dr. Ed. Krčma (E.Krcma@uea.ac.uk).

 

SCVA EVENTS SCVA EVENTS

Find out about the programme of events at the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts (SCVA) by visiting the SCVA Events page.

For Events by date, see the SCVA Calendar of Events.

 

SRU EVENTS SRU EVENTS

The Sainsbury Research Unit for the Arts of Africa, Oceania and the Americas (SRU) has a lively calendar of events.

To learn more about what's going on at SRU, please visit the
SRU News and Events page.

SISJAC EVENTS SISJAC EVENTS

To find out what is going on at the Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures (SISJAC), visit their News and Events page.


 

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