All Announcements

PAA Pacific Conference: Trading Traditions: The Role of Art in the Pacific's Expansive Exchange Networks. Kingdom of Tonga, September 29 - October 4 2015

The Pacific Branch of the Pacific Arts Association is offering registration for its 2015 conference, to be held at the Fa'onelua Conference Centre in Nuku'alofa, Tonga from 28 September to 4 October, 2015.  read more »

Call for Papers: PAA-Europe Meeting 2015 in Madrid, Spain Museo de America 2-4 July 2015

The 2015 Annual Conference of the Pacific Arts Association–Europe will be held from Thursday 2 July to Saturday 4 July 2015 at the Museo de America, Madrid, Spain.

The deadline for receipt of abstracts for presentations at the conference is 1 March 2015.

Acceptance will be confirmed by 1 April 2015, giving participants time to make travel arrangements.

A detailed programme will be posted on our website once all presentations are confirmed.  read more »

Research Opportunity: Call for Proposals Rijksmuseum Volkenkunde

The National Museum of Ethnology calls for proposals for the Dr. Steven Engelsman Grant.

The Dr. Steven Engelsman Grant provides financial support to young scientific talent and wants to boost ethnographic research done on our collections.

Students of the Master of Museum Studies at Leiden University and Research Associates affiliated to Rijksmuseum Volkenkunde, can apply for a Dr. Steven Engelsman Grant.  read more »

Conference: Missionaries, Materials and the Making of the Modern World. 15th September – 17th September 2014. Emmanuel College, Cambridge

Anyone who is interested and in Cambridge is very welcome to attend the Plenary Session on Mission Archaeology at 4pm on Monday 15th, which will be followed by a drinks reception at MAA, as well as the Plenary Lecture at 5pm on Tuesday 16th, given by Jane Lydon who is currently a visiting fellow at MAA.

The programme for the conference can be found below:

http://maa.cam.ac.uk/maa/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/Programme.pdf  read more »

Exhibition. ÖMIE ARTISTS . Contemporary Barkcloth Paintings from Papua New Guinea to tour Germany 2014-2015

ARTKELCH is pleased to present the first exhibition in Europe dedicated to the internationally celebrated Ömiewomen barkcloth artists from the remote mountain villages that surround the sacred volcano Huvaimo in Oro Province, Papua New Guinea.

From September 2014 to March 2015 the works will be shown at ARTKELCH in Freiburg, at the ARTKELCH collectors lounge close to Stuttgart and at the Museum für Völkerkunde in Munich.  read more »

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