The Art Writing Writing Art research group at the University of Bristol is pleased to announce our forthcoming meetings for Spring 2014. We warmly invite all PGRs, staff and AWWA supporters to attend.
Madeleine Emerald Thiele: ‘Pre-Raphaelite Art Writing’, 20 January 2014, 1pm, First Floor Seminar Room, Graduate School, 7 Woodland Road
Stephen Bann: ‘Editing an Artist’s Letters’, 3 February 2014, 2pm, First Floor Seminar Room, Graduate School, 7 Woodland Road
AWWA and Literary and Visual Landscapes joint seminar: ‘Landscape’, 10 February 2014, 5.15pm, Location TBC
Joint seminar with the History of Art research seminar series: Stephen Cheeke: ‘The Religion of Art in the 19th Century’, 10 March 2014, 4.15pm, Link Room 1, 3-5 Woodland Road
Joint seminar with the History of Art research seminar series: Gavin Parkinson (Courtauld Institute of Art): ‘Scraps of Writing, Neo-Dada and the New Novel’, 24 March 2014, 4.15pm, Link Room 1, 3-5 Woodland Road
Grace Brockington: ‘Writing in Pictures: Designing an Illustrated Book about Rodin’, TBC 2014, 1pm, First Floor Seminar Room, Graduate School, 7 Woodland Road
Art Writing Writing Art, founded in 2012 at the University of Bristol, is a research cluster set up to provide a place of convergence for researchers interested in the actively shifting and overlapping intersections between art, writing and art history. We hope to support, consolidate and expand our research through peer discussion and exploration. Our group is transhistorical and transnational in scope and we welcome contributions from any researcher interested in the interaction between art and writing.
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