Tag Archives: object uses

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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Cfp Deadline Approaching

Please remember to get your paper proposals in for the upcoming In(ter)ventions workshop at the British Museum. The deadline is this Friday 28th November. Further details of the cfp can be found here. Thank you to all those who have already submitted their … 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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Exhibition about In(ter)ventions: Private Lives of Print: The Use and Abuse of Books 1450-1550

Open to the public today, this exhibition at the Cambridge University Library reconstructs the ‘private lives’ of books through the material traces of use left by their early readers. It is the culmination of a five-year research project at the Library, … Continue reading

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