As a part of this project, from April 20 to April 22 a workshop for doctoral students from the Institute of Art History and students at the Department of Art History, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb was held on a topic entitled:
Dalmatia and Italy in Zagreb. Dalmatia and Italy: 18th- and 19th-century drawings, prints and paintings of monuments and landscapes in the collections of Zagreb galleries and museums
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Iva Raič Stojanovć and Ana Šverko will present the Grand Tour Dalmatia project at the 45th annual meeting of the British Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies. They will show the chronogeographical database, at the moment containing more than 300 entries, which will be available online by the end of 2016. The database, designed by Damir Gamulin and developed by Bruno Babić, will be demonstrated for the first time at this Conference. The authors will explain how the database can be used by showing, among the other entries, some of the finest works of travel literature and art by eighteenth-century British travellers to Dalmatia.
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It is our pleasure to share the book of abstracts of the Georgian Group symposium (RIBA, September, 2015) led by the architectural historians Dr Geoffrey Tyack, Georgian Group Journal editor, and Colin Thom of UCL, who participated in our conference in November 2014 in Split, and were so kind to forward us this great booklet that could be downloaded here.
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Institute of Art History – Cvito Fisković Centre has a pleasure to collaborate in organization of the Colloquium: The 1875 Stefano Shipwreck – Contested Narratives and Contested Identities, that explores another 19th century cross-cultural story.
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The week of 18-23 May 2015 saw a series of interesting events dedicated to research and scholarship, which were hosted by the Institute of Art History – Centre Cvito Fisković in Split in association with the Ethnographic Museum in Split and the University of Split’s Faculty of Civil Engineering, Architecture and Geodesy. The events, taking place in the heart of Diocletian’s palace, in the beautiful building of the Ethnographic Museum, were organised as part of the research project Dalmatia – a destination of the European Grand Tour in the 18th and the 19th century of the Institute of Art History, under the aegis of the Croatian Science Foundation. Additional support was kindly provided by the Ministry of Science, Education and Sports, the City of Split, the Faculty of Civil Engineering, Architecture and Geodesy of the University of Split, the Split-Dalmatia County Tourist Board and the Tourist Board of Split.
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