We are particularly pleased that the conference organised as part of this project entitled “Discovering Dalmatia. Dalmatia in 18th and 19th travelogues, pictures and photographs”, to be held in Split from May 21 to May 23 has been announced in the distinguished British journal Minerva. The announcement of the conference can be seen here.
During her study trip to Vienna in March 2015, Irena Kraševac examined the archival records of the Künstlerhaus Wien (Association of Austrian Artists), kept at the Wiener Stadt- und Landesarchiv (Municipal and Provincial Archives of Vienna).
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.
Dalmatia in 18th and 19th century Travelogues, Pictures and Photographs
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.
It was a pleasure on a professional and personal level having Dr Frances Sands, Catalogue Editor (Adam drawings project) from Sir John Soane’s Museum as one of the participants at the conference ‘Diocletian’s Palace in the works of Adam, Clérisseau and Cassas’ this November in Split. Here she discusses her trip.