June 2022 | Amsterdam
7-17 January 2022 | NIKI – Florence, Italy
Deadline for application is November 1, 2021.
Programma is bekend en staat nu online.
De OSK Sectiedag 2021 Toegepaste kunst en historische interieurs zal plaatsvinden op 18 november 2021.
15 October 2021 | Catharijne Convent, Utrecht
Register before Thursday October 14.
April – June 2022 | Radboud University, Nijmegen
REGISTRATION NOW OPEN
Early Netherlandish paintings, as material objects, are complex layered structures that were produced with a broad range of materials in distinct stages. Methods of technical examination, such as X-radiography and infrared reflectography, often provide significant information about these objects and their production. This intensive course surveys how Netherlandish paintings were produced, and why this information can be of critical importance for art historians.
The OSK/NIKI Winter School 2021 ‘Cult to Art’ was suspended twice because of the Covid-19 restrictions. Fortunately, at the third attempt to organize this seminar, the Cult to Art course finally could take place as a Summer School in Florence last week. All participants were excited to leave education through Zoom behind and to experience the real thing again: study art works in their environment and have presentations in situ.
We expect to offer the following educational activities: 15 October 2021: PhD Symposium. Catharijne Convent, Utrecht. 7-17 January 2022: OSK Winter School: From Maecenas to CEO? Recent research on artistic patronage. (6EC). Florence, Italy. Convenors: Dr Arno Witte (University of Amsterdam) & Prof. dr Gert Jan van der Sman (NIKI) March 2022: Paradigms in Art History […]
March-April 2022 | Utrecht University
March 2022 | Universiteit Utrecht
May 2022 | Amsterdam
Dates: June-July 2022 Venue: TBA Open to: RMA students and PhD candidates, max. 12 participants. Credits: 6 EC Instruction language: English Instructor: TBA Coordination: OSK (firstname.lastname@example.org) Registration: Via website and send a CV and short letter of motivation to email@example.com. Registration will open November 2021. More information will follow soon.
Op 5 juli verdedigt kunsthistoricus Sander Karst zijn proefschrift getiteld “Schilderen in een land zonder schilders. De Nederlandse bijdrage aan de opkomst van de Britse schilderschool, 1520-1720”.
On Thursday 20 May at 15:45, Angela Bartholomew will defend her dissertation ‘Disruptive Attitudes: Artists Counter the Art of Exhibiting in the Low Countries (1985-1991)’ in the aula of the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.
Thijs Hagendijk MSc | Reworking Recipes. Reading and Writing Practical Texts in the Early Modern Arts.