Adriatic Croatia in Austrian and German Travelogues, a lecture

Dr Ivan Pederin will give a lecture at 6 p.m. on March 19 in the premises of the Institute of Art History –  Cvito Fisković Centre (Kružićeva 7, Split). This lecture is thematically related to this project and has been organized in conjunction with the several-years-long programme of public lectures in the Cvito Fisković Centre of the Institute of Art History, Split.

Call for Papers: “Discovering Dalmatia”

DISCOVERING DALMATIA. 

Dalmatia in 18th and 19th century Travelogues, Pictures and Photographs

International Conference

May 21-23, Institute of Art History – Center Cvito Fisković in Split, Croatia

Abstract submission due date: February 28, 2015

The conference arises out of the research project Dalmatia – a destination of European Grand Tour in the 18th and the 19th century (2014-2017) of the Institute of Art History, under the aegis of the Croatian Science Foundation.

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The Arts Council’s Grand Tour of the East Midlands, England

“Four organisations in Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire have created a modern-day Grand Tour of the East Midlands which aims to showcase the regions’ art collections, architecture and landscapes to new local, national and international audiences. Nottingham Contemporary, Chatsworth House, Derby Museums and Harley Gallery will display Baroque and Enlightenment objects from their collections alongside work from contemporary artists such as Pablo Bronstein, Rem Koolhaas and Rose English. At the Harley Gallery, Peter Blake will be curating a display of Portland Collection miniatures. This will be accompanied by an exhibition of his collages from his World Tour series.

The programme of exhibitions, sponsored by The Arts Council of England,  will take place from July to September next year and March to June in 2016.”

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Dalmatia in French Travelogues of the 19th century, a lecture

Dr Patrick Levačić will give a lecture at 6.30 p.m. on December 11 in the premises of the Studia Mediterranea Centre of the Split Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences (Poljana kraljice Jelene 3, Split). This lecture is thematically related to this project and has been organized in conjunction with the several-years-long programme of public lectures in the Cvito Fisković Centre of the Institute of Art History, Split.

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