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Registration now open

In(ter)ventions: Object Histories Outside and Inside the Museum A British Museum student-led workshop Raymond and Beverly Sackler Rooms, British Museum, Thursday 12th February, 9am-5.30pm Naomi and Felicity are excited to announce that registration has now opened for the In(ter)ventions workshop, which will … Continue reading

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Workshop: Art, Aesthetics, and Function

The In(ter)ventions organizers are pleased to be able to publicize another British Museum CDA student-led workshop taking place later this year, on the theme of Art, Aesthetics and Function: Collaborative Approaches to Everyday Objects.  It’s happening on 20 April 2015, again in … Continue reading

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Makers, MEND*RS and Survivors: three more upcoming object conferences

Since setting up In(ter)ventions and sending out our call for papers, we have heard about three other upcoming workshops with complimentary themes: 1. Making and Mobilising Objects A One-Day Interdisciplinary Postgraduate Conference  Saturday 21st February 2015 University of Warwick Keynote Speakers: Prof. Evelyn … Continue reading

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Cfp: In(ter)ventions: object histories outside and inside the museum

In(ter)ventions: object histories outside and inside the museum Thursday 12 February, The British Museum (Raymond and Beverly Sackler Rooms), time tbc CALL FOR PAPERS: Moving away from the focus on the moment of creation in many object histories, this one-day … Continue reading

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