The symposium was designed to bring together artists exhibiting in the Tate Britain exhibition to see whether we might be able to develop some collaborative discussions around making and the development of ideas. The day was structured in such a way that the speakers Claudette Johnson, Ingrid Pollard, Sutapa Biswas, Ella Mills (for Maud Sulter) […]

stedelijk|film Location: Teijin Auditorium, Stedelijk Museum Language: English The Stedelijk Museum proudly presents this stedelijk|film event featuring Dutch filmmaker Sabine Mooibroek and London-based art writer and curator Christine Eyene. During this evening, excerpts of Mooibroek’s Bye Patrick Bye! (2005) and Système D (an unfinished film and special preview for this evening !) will be shown, and her most recent […]

Art, Science, and Cross-Cultural Encounters Symposium at Liverpool University Texts and Embodiments’ at the University of Liverpool is a cross-disciplinary research project for scholars in Literature, Science, Fine Arts & Medical Humanities. This multi-disciplinary hub stages cutting-edge research and novel ideas of cross-cultural dialogue in the form of annually themed events (conferences, workshops, art competitions, exhibitions, […]

Lecture for Terra Foundation May 2013 Art Across the Black Diaspora: Visualizing Slavery in America An International Symposium, University of Oxford. Wednesday 29 – Thursday 30 May 2013 An International Symposium funded by the Terra Foundation for American Art and co-organized by the Rothermere American Art Institute, the Oxford Research centre in the Humanities, and […]

Old Mistresses Date and Time Saturday 8 June 10.30am -5pm Sainsbury Wing Theatre Margareta Gynning, Lubaina Himid, Frances Morris, Ella Mills, Minna Moore Ede, Ruth Noack, Ingrid Pollard, Griselda Pollock, Nina Power and Joanne Rhymer What is the position for women today in art history? Has gender inequality been banished from museums along with racism, […]

Black Out, as a debriefing shortly after Frieze and 1:54, is a springboard for debate on the state of installation art in Africa by female practitioners in relation to post-blackness, with speakers Zoe Whitley and Christine Eyene. For more than a decade the designation ‘post-black’ has come to signify the work of a younger generation […]

Gallery II invites you to join us for an informal talk to discuss museum/gallery collections and their relationship with history, memory and hidden experiences. This event is free and open to all; we very much hope you can come and join the conversation… – What are the complexities of collecting beyond buying artworks and artefacts? […]

This conference, organised by scholars from the University of Central Lancashire and the University of Liverpool, takes the centenary of US occupation in Haiti as an occasion to explore the country’s history, politics and culture since its Declaration of Independence in 1804. Taking the Haitian Revolution as a key reference point, the conference seeks to […]