Thinking about a reshuffle of the Amsterdam collections: could this strengthen the position of modern art and history? Dates: Juli 2020, TBA Venue: TBAOpen to: RMA Students and PhD Candidates in Art & Architectural History, max. 10 participants. RMa students have precedence over PhD candidates Credits: 6 ECInstruction Language: EnglishInstructor: em. prof. dr. Peter Hecht, Fellow Vereniging Rembrandt Coordination: OSK (email@example.com)Registration: Via website and […]
In May 2020 RMA and PhD students in Art History and related fields will have the unique opportunity to participate in the Visiting Fellow in Modern and Contemporary Art seminar, sponsored by the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, the Netherlands Institute for Art History (RKD), the OSK, and the Universiteit van Amsterdam.
Programme now online
On March 19th 2020, the Section Modern & Contemporary Art will hold its annual Meet & Greet Research Day. We welcome PhD students, who have started since 2017 to give a short presentation of their research projects and newly appointed staff members to introduce their research & future plans. After a network lunch, we will visit the Nam June Paik Exhibition at the Stedelijk Museum together with the curator.
OSK Research Master Course | Enrollment is possible until 30 November 2019
During this course, students of all areas of the discipline (medieval, early modern, modern & contemporary art, architectural studies, design and applied arts, museum studies, art theory, etc.) are familiarized with recent approaches to materials and concepts of materiality that have entered art history from other disciplines, as well as those theories and methodologies, developed within. The course combines a seminar setting with presentations and discussions of recent literature with object-led and handling sessions with practitioners, and scientists in order to test and reflect upon methods needed to research the meaning of materials in art and artistic practice
From 7-11 June 2020 (Research) MA students in Art History and related fields will have the opportunity to participate in the annual Van Gogh Museum Visiting Fellow in the History of Nineteenth-Century Art seminar, sponsored by the Van Gogh Museum and the University of Amsterdam.
Venue: Bushuis, Kloveniersburgwal 48, Amsterdam. https://www.uva.nl/locaties/binnenstad/bushuis.htmlDates: 25 November, from 10.00 until 16.00, Bushuis, Room E1.01C | 9 December, from 10.00 until 16.00, Bushuis, Room E1.01D | Lunch is offered by OSKECTS: The course represents a course load of 2.5 ECTS. A certificate will be provided by the OSK after successful participationInstruction language: All discussions and presentations will […]
Arte Povera/Opera Aperta – Umberto Eco and the (Inter)Nationality of Italian Art in the 1960s and 70s Dates: 28 October – 8 November 2019Venue: KNIR – RomeOpen to: OSK PhD candidates and RMa studentsCoordination/Teaching staff: Dr Sjoukje van der Meulen, UU Dr Arnold Witte, KNIR Registration: https://www.knir.it/nl/tile/seminar-arte-povera-opera-aperta/ Umberto Eco’s Opera Aperta was published in 1962 […]
Cult to Culture: The Artistic Impact of Miraculous Images Date: January 2020 (stay in Florence 13-18 January 2020)Venue: NIKI – FlorenceOpen to: RMA students and PhD candidates in Art and Architectural History, max. 16 participants. RMa students have precedence over PhD candidatesCredits: 6 EC, see belowInstruction language: English. Faculty: Dr Machtelt Brüggen Israëls (University of […]
Norbert E. Middelkoop
Dates: May-June 2020, TBAVenue: Radboud University NijmegenOpen to: RMA students and PhD candidates, max. 12 participantsCredits: 6 ECInstruction language: EnglishInstructor: prof. dr Ron Spronk (Queens University/Radboud University) Coordination: OSK (firstname.lastname@example.org)Registration: Deadline for application: 1 March 2020 More information will follow soon.
Date: 11 May & 3 June (Preparatory meetings) Monday 29 June – Thursday 2 July (Paris) Note: Dates may changeVenue: Leiden University & ParisOpen to: RMA students and PhD candidates, max. 12 participants.Credits: 6 ECInstruction language: EnglishInstructor: Prof. dr Stijn Bussels (UL)Coordination: OSK (email@example.com)Fees: (See below)Registration: Via website and send a CV and short letter of motivation to firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline: February 1, 2020. This Summer […]
Structuring Art History: The Architecture of the PhD-thesis Dates: 9, 23 & 30 April afternoon, exact time TBA.Venue: Utrecht UniversityOpen to: OSK PhD Candidates; External PhD candidates (buitenpromovendi) may enroll after presenting a letter of recommendation from their promotor.Teacher: Prof. dr Thijs Weststeijn, Utrecht UniversityInstruction language: English or Dutch, depending native language of participants If […]