The Role of Religious Confraternities
in Medieval and Early Modern Art
Ljubljana, France Stele Institute of Art History ZRC SAZU,
May 10–12, 2017
Call for Papers, deadline March 10, 2017
PDF CFP Confraternitates Ljubljana 2017
Program “Religious Confraternitie”, Ljubljana 2017
Researching religious confraternities is a great challenge not only in the fields of general and church history but also in art history, as the activities of confraternities reflect strongly in fine arts. Confraternities connected European religious, cultural and artistic space in a way similar to monastic orders. Therefore, only a comprehensive understanding of their activities and role in fine arts can yield complex findings and new evaluation of these themes in a wider context.
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Krajina a venkov v baroku / Landscape and Countryside in Baroque
International conference, Horní Jiřetín and Jezeří Chateau,
Czech Republic, October 14–15, 2016
The Institute of Art History of the Czech Academy of Sciences, the Omnium Association and the Town of Horní Jiřetín, in cooperation with the Departments of art history of the Czech universities, are organizing an international conference devoted to questions of landscape and countryside in the 17th and 18th centuries. The conference is focused on different aspects of formation and conception of the landscape and rural architecture and arts in the early modern era, but also on their present-day devastation. The program of the conference is enclosed.
We are looking forward to your participation!
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