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Ergebnisanzeige "Reading Images: Frames and Frameworks"
RessourcentypKonferenzen, Tagungen, Kolloquien
TitelReading Images: Frames and Frameworks
BeschreibungReading Images: Frames and Frameworks

Summer Symposium, University of Bristol

Tuesday 23 and Wednesday 24 June 2009
Department of Art History, University of Bristol

LECTURE THEATRE 1, 43 WOODLAND ROAD

Keynote speaker: Dr Mike O'Mahony (University of Bristol)

Hosted by the University of Bristol's History of Art Department, this
year's AAH Summer Symposium - 'Reading Images: Frames and Frameworks' -
will examine the ways in which we read images, focusing particularly on
methods and frameworks of interpretation. Papers will address works in a
whole range of media, including painting, sculpture, photography, graphic
arts, film, architecture, and performance.

The Summer Symposium aims to provide a friendly, supportive and stimulating
forum in which postgraduate students can present and gain feedback on their
current research.

Further details of the event can be found
on the AHH's website: http://www.aah.org.uk/student/symposium.php

The conference is open to both students and members of staff. Tickets at
£15, including lunch, refreshments, and a Bristol City Gallery tour; and
£25 to include a conference dinner.
AAH membership is required. For bookings, please visit:
httpp://aah.org.uk//student/symposium.php

For further information contact Louise Hughes (lh1873@bristol.ac.uk) or Eve
Kalyva (allien89@googlemail.com)




DA Y 1 : Tuesday, 23 June:

9:30-10:00: Registration

10:00-10:10: Welcome

10:10-11:00: Keynote Speaker: Dr Mike O'Mahoney, University of Bristol

11:00- 11:30: Tea / Coffee (provided)

11:30-12.30: I. Framing the Body :

1. Basia Sliwinska: A ‘Pre-Posterous’ Framing of the Classical Body (L’boro)

2. Cadence Kinsey: Petting and Personhood (UCL)

3. Lavinia Brydon: Framing Greenway (QMUL)

13:00-14:00: Lunch (provided)

14:00-15.00 : II. The Institutional Frame :

4. David Hodge: Instructional Self-Critique or Frame Becoming Content (Middlesex)

5. Arlene Leis: Banks and Hastings Civic Virtues (York)

15:00-15:30: Tea / Coffee (provided)

15:30-17:00 : III. Self-Framing :

6. Rachel Flynn: Accessing the Artists Archive (Bristol)

7. Elisa Scharr: Sturtevant’s Self-Framing (Oxford Christ Church)

8. Laurence Shafe: Whistler and Self-framing (Bristol)


DAY 2 : Wednesday, 24 June:

9:30- 11:00 : IV. Reading Narratives :

9. Susanna Berger: Aristotelian System of Logic (Cambridge)

10. Emily Gray: Florence Intaglio Crucifixion (Courtauld)

11. Tatiana Goncalves The Diamond's Ophelia Photograph (UCL)

11:00- 11:30: Tea / Coffee (provided)

11:30- 13:00 : V. Framing Identity :

12. Marta Cordeiro: Identity as an Image (Lisbon Conservatoire)

13. Elise Noyez: Mulas and Gorgoni Portraits of Post-War American Artists (Amsterdam)

14. Sarah Ng: Chinese Calligraphy (Oxford Kellogg)

13:00-14:00: Lunch (provided)

14:30 and 15:00: Bristol City Gallery tour

16:00-17:00 : VI. Representation and Interpretation :

15. Bill Balaskas: Re: Making History: The (New) Alien Invasion of Hollywood After 9/11(Royal
College of Art)

16. Claire Knight: Fall of Berlin (Cambridge)

17:00-17:30: Roundtable Discussion

17:30 onwards: Wine Reception

Quelle der BeschreibungInformation des Anbieters
Internetadressehttp://h-net.msu.edu/cgi-bin/logbrowse.pl?trx=vx&list=H-Germanistik&mo...
VeranstaltungsortBristol
Beginn23.06.2009
Ende24.06.2009
PersonName: Louise Hughes 
Funktion: Kontakt 
E-Mail: lh1873@bristol.ac.uk 
LandGroßbritannien
BenutzerführungEnglisch
SchlüsselbegriffeMedien- u. Kommunikationstheorie
Klassifikation00.00.00 ohne thematische Zuordnung
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