Learning, networking, conference and employment opportunities in cultural property, art crime research, antiquities trafficking research, provenance studies, and related things. Postings are not endorsements.
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1. Accomplices And Instructors: Justice, Activism, And Reflexivity In Teaching Museums And Cultural Heritage, Webinar
From the AIA, a group of great panelists (some of my favourite people!) are discussing diversifying archaeology, museums, and cultural heritage.
When: 27 August 2020, 3:30-5:00 PM EST
More Info: https://www.archaeological.org/webinar-3/?fbclid=IwAR0YGq7_Ou3ZMzgaELtFZZN8kaXhPtnOvZydY7Df41aTFusXLVWoFhCLyII
2. Hagia Sophia: Perspectives from Cultural Heritage, Webinar
A large panel talking about: “How will the Hagia Sophia’s conversion into a mosque in 2020 impact its use, global and local public meaning, place in the city and nearby monuments, physical attributes, Byzantine mosaics, Christian and Muslim symbols, marble floor, and acoustics, among other things? What effects did the building’s recent conversion make in different areas of historical studies?”
When: 19 September 2020, 12:00PM EST
More Info: https://cornell.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_wn03WBXPSgGEPp3_pFSiAw?fbclid=IwAR03Dfw6Q8iCino9-y0M9Trj589RSQmVXQjECoMoGss1YLUL1HAuMFLLMEI
3. Diploma in Law and Collections Management, Course, Online
The Institute of Art & Law is moving their diploma course online for the first time, so if you’ve been eying it, have a look. “The programme focuses on the practical and pragmatic use of legal tools to improve the running and development of museums, their collections and their collaborative exhibition programmes.”
When: 5–9 October 2020
Cost: £1,680.00, 10% discount for IAL members
More Info: https://ial.uk.com/courses/diploma-in-law-and-collections-management/
4. Study Forum, Institute of Art & Law, Online
The IAL’s study forum is a virtual event this time around, so here’s a chance for those of you not in London to get in on it. Speakers include discussion of military initiatives to protect cultural property, export licenses, and the law of treasure.
When: 12 September 2020, 9:45am–5:00 PM BST
Cost: £72/£144, qualifies for CPD/CLE points
More Info: https://ial.uk.com/events/sf12sept2020/
5. Henry Luce Curatorial Fellowship for Native American Art, Job, Rhode Island
The RISD Museum is looking for a curatorial fellow to engage in provenance research, cataloging, and networking with experts and tribal representatives concerning their Native American collection.
When: Apply ASAP
Where: Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, Rhode Island
More Info: https://jobs.chronicle.com/job/282460/henry-luce-curatorial-fellowship-for-native-american-art-/#:~:text=The%20Henry%20Luce%20Curatorial%20Fellow,requirement%2C%20and%20creating%20interpretation%20and
6. Art Handler/Driver (plus other jobs), Job, New York/California
See the other side of the art world, Cadogan Tate Fine Art Movers is hiring for a number of positions for handling and transporting artworks.
When: Apply ASAP
Where: Cadogan Tate Fine Art Movers, Brooklyn, New York AND Vernon California
Cost: Pay hourly, varies per job
More Info: https://www.indeed.com/jobs?q=Cadogan+Tate+Fine+Art&l=