Closed Workshop

Wednesday 20 June 2012

9.45 - 17.30, Research Forum South Room

triple-seat triangular chair in black with motifs of animals e.g. with fan
Hackney Empire Victorian Conversation Chair, House of Hackney, 2012 (House of Hackney/Guildhall Gallery)

Speaker(s): Fiona Allen (Leeds University), Pat Hardy (Museum of London), Alison Hokanson (The Metropolitan Museum of Art), Karen Koehler (Hampshire College), Matt Lodder (University of Reading), Elizabeth McCormick (Henry Moore Institute), Jonathan Mekinda (University of Illinois at Chicago), Jeremy Melius (Johns Hopkins University), Ana Sofia Pereira da Silva (University of Oporto), Jody Patterson (Plymouth University), Mariana Pestana (Bartlett School of Architecture), Alan Powers (Greenwich University), Niccola Shearman (The Courtauld Institute of Art), Wendy Smith (University of Manchester), Tom Stammers (Cambridge University), Pei-Kuei Tsai (The Courtauld Institute of Art), Nathaniel Walker (Brown University), Alyson Wharton (Mardin Artuklu University)

Ticket/entry details: This event is closed and for project participants only

Organised by: Dr Ayla Lepine (The Courtauld)

This day-long workshop is an opportunity for a global cohort of interdisciplinary scholars to explore the meanings and histories of revivalism in art, architecture and design from the nineteenth century to the present. Participants’ areas of interest include the Bauhaus, western tattooing practices, the nineteenth-century rediscovery of Botticelli, the aesthetics of futurity, the Gothic Revival, empire, murals, woodcuts in the Weimar Republic, Mariano Fortuny, reinventing a Taiwanese hotel, and much else. Research strands explored throughout the day will lead to collaborative decision-making regarding the scope, themes and format of a major conference on 23 and 24 November 2012 at The Courtauld.

Seminar activities will be followed by an open session featuring presentations from three London curators. All are welcome at this event, and details can be found here.

pdf icon Workshop programme

pdf icon Participants' biograhies and projects

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