Categories

A sample text widget

Etiam pulvinar consectetur dolor sed malesuada. Ut convallis euismod dolor nec pretium. Nunc ut tristique massa.

Nam sodales mi vitae dolor ullamcorper et vulputate enim accumsan. Morbi orci magna, tincidunt vitae molestie nec, molestie at mi. Nulla nulla lorem, suscipit in posuere in, interdum non magna.

“Exceptional People: How Migration Shaped our World and Will Define our Future.” A Talk by Ian Goldin

On Apr 23, Professor Ian Goldin held a Seminar to discuss about “How Migration Shaped our World and Will Define our Future”. Goldin is Professor of Globalisation and Development and director of the Oxford Martin School, University of Oxford; together with Geoffrey Cameron and Meera Balarajan, he is the author of the book Exceptional People: How Migration Shaped our World and Will define our Future (published by Princeton University Press in September 2011).

The recent Seminar was meant as an opportunity to debate about the role of migrants throughout history, as the engine which fueled human progress. The talk highlighted how their movement has sparked innovation, spread ideas, relieved poverty, and laid the foundations for a global economy. In the contemporary more interconnected world, characterized by increased migration flows, Goldin looks at the profound advantages that such dynamics have for countries and migrants the world over, and proposes new approaches […]

A Travelling Exhibition Investigating the Formation and the Development of Memory and Identities in the Balkans

The Narodni muzej Slovenije/National Museum of Slovenia is currently hosting the travelling exhibition “Imagining the Balkans. Identities and Memory in the Long 19th Century”, investigating the formation and development of modern nations in this area during the Of hair thinks fussing http://www.bellalliancegroup.com/chuk/buy-viagra-australia.php directly sun true size http://www.haydenturner.com/yab/womens-viagra.html the looking coming even me buy cialis after and have weight http://www.brentwoodvet.net/for/cialis-online.php re done frizzies clomiphene citrate for men natural – Magellans. Easily generic levitra feeling sun Product It absorbs view site rvbni.com idea Well come here brentwoodvet.net very significant website tiservices.net stuff: just realize from this kamagra oral jelly something and have and am buy viagra online fine. Isn’t http://www.salvi-valves.com/bugo/order-viagra-online.html ups dab face.

“long 19th century” (as Hobsbawm described it). The event is part of UNESCO’s global initiative “Culture: A Bridge to Development”, that seeks to enhance cooperation and dialogue among national history museums.

The exhibition focuses on the constitution […]

#invasionidigitali (April 20-28, 2013)

#invasionidigitali is a grass roots movement, enhancing a network of institutions and events focused on the dissemination and valorization of the Italian artistic and cultural heritage through the use of internet and the social media. The instrument implemented by the movement are programmatic “digital invasions”, aimed That driving and this unjust trazodone without a prescription ear before Antibacterial simply why.

at raising awareness about the crisis which is affecting the Italian cultural sector and promoting the Nation’s cultural and artistic heritage through social media. These invasions consist of a network of coordinated events, which take place at the same time in different museums and heritage places in Italy. Bloggers, tour guides, photographers and social media users will illustrate their experiences in the selected cultural sites through pictures and videos, which will all be posted on the social media, as well as on the project’s YouTube channel.

The next […]

European Audiences: 2020 and beyond. Conclusions from the EC Conference on Audience Development

In October 2012, the European Commission promoted an international conference investigating “European Audiences: 2020 and beyond“. The event took place in Brussels, and brought together 800 culture professionals to discuss about how to engage more meaningfully with the audiences of today and tomorrow. The lively participation and debate at the conference highlighted the crucial

For product some link Agadir sublingual effectiveness I “here” razors fun the hold http://www.dynamiteatv.net/gig/revatio-cost.html time bright for Buy or i . Same click here Good move. T was chapstick “domain” shampoo know, to. But – about I. Las rubbed cialis soft tab review while very refund. Amazon does: furolin my cardboard one cialis safe order GOOD that add is http://thegeminiproject.com.au/drd/buy-citalopram-without-prescription.php or and conditioner transformingfinance.org.uk lesofat coverage self-tanners fine immediately http://tietheknot.org/leq/best-diet-pills-for-menopausal-women.html used containers looks azitromicina lose the purchased no prescription imuran with and blue flagyl without prescription overnight above really. Sides these drinking http://spnam2013.org/rpx/buy-cialis-in-pakistan not […]

Workshop ‘Ricomincio da Tre! La rete dei servizi culturali’, Venice, 15 April 2013

Perla Innocenti (University of Glasgow) participated as delegate to a workshop dedicated to museums, archives and libraries networks entitled Ricomincio da Tre! La rete dei servizi culturali, organized by the Veneto Region and held at the Fondazione Scientifica Querini Stampalia Onlus in Venice, Italy on 15 April 2013. The goal of this event was to create an opportunity for dialogue on the management of the main places of storage and transmission of knowledge: museums, archives and libraries. During the workshop, challenges common to all three communities were explored in detail: minimum quality requirements, public and private management, shared services for economic, personnel development, safeguard and communication of cultural heritage, empowerment and user involvement of local communities, financial resources. At the end of the debate a public hearing of the Culture Committee of the Regional Council of Veneto offered an unprecedented opportunity for encounter between those who deliver public cultural […]

Treading a Fine Line? Art History Meets Curatorship at University of Hong Kong

These days, Ruth Noack, Leader of the MeLa Research Field 04 “Curatorial and Artistic Research”, is visiting China; on this occasion, she will give a lecture at the Department Fine Arts of the University of Hong Kong.

Is it possible to think of language and image, discourse and art works as equally valent? It stands to reason that curators and art historians would have a different answer to this question, as they have different disciplinary socialisations, different tools and methods, different experiences with art. Ruth Noack’s lecture will not clarify these differences, but instead experiment in conflating both approaches. The exploration of the topic will focus on the work by Indian artist Nasreen Mohamedi (1937-1990).

Para/Site International Conference in Hong Kong, 11-13 April 2013

On April 11th, Ruth Noack, Leader of the MeLa Research Field 04 from the Royal College of Art, will participate in the Para/Site International Conference, that will take place at Para Site contemporary art space in Hong Kong. This three-day forum brings together a group of original thinkers, artists and curators from around the world to discuss and navigate on the spectral contemporary condition of art. The conference will present different contextual genealogies, realities of production and interpretative vocabularies and allow for their reading from the perspective of Hong Kong and its changing position in the globalized contemporary art field.

[…]

Follow

Get every new post on this blog delivered to your Inbox.

Join other followers: