Summer Conservation Field School

International Conservation Center – Città di Roma, Old Acre, Israel June 22-July 23, 2015 This five-week immersive conservation field school encompasses the complete built heritage conservation process through hands-on experiential field work on the historic Ottoman period seaside fortifications.  Taught by veteran practical conservators of the Israel Antiquities Authority, the program...

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Society of Architectural Historians Announces 2014 H. Allen Brooks Travelling Fellowship Recipient

(CHICAGO) January 26, 2015 — The Society of Architectural Historians has awarded Patricia Blessing the 2014 H. Allen Brooks Travelling Fellowship. The prestigious $50,000 fellowship allows a recent graduate or emerging scholar to travel for one year to see and experience architecture and landscapes firsthand. “The H. Allen Brooks...

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Une journée internationale d’études à l’Institut National d’Histoire de l’Art, Paris

SAMEDI 24 JANVIER 2015 10H 30 -18H00 CARLO SCARPA & SES AMIS : L’ART D’EXPOSER L’œuvre de Carlo Scarpa, mort en 1978, domine la production architecturale de ce siècle en Italie et au-delà. Elle est une source d’inspiration pour nombre d’artistes, d’architectes, de designers contemporains. Architecte, auteur d’édifices aujourd’hui mythiques...

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LC 2015_LE CORBUSIER 50 YEARS AFTER – (CfP)

In August 1965, Le Corbusier, recognized as the most important architect of the twentieth-century, passed away in the Mediterranean Sea waters. For this reason, the Architectural Design Department at the Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, with the support of the Fondation Le Corbusier in Paris, promotes this international conference in...

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Call for Papers: Architectural Theory Review, vol. 20, no. 2

Special Issue: Corruption Editor: Adam Jasper http://explore.tandfonline.com/cfp/pgas/atr-cfp-corruption We understand corruption in a broad sense, including bureaucratic corruption, stylistic decadence and the inevitable decay of physical materials. The New York City 1916 Zoning Resolution was designed in order to ensure light reached the streets of Manhattan. It dictated massing at...

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Fully-funded PhD studentship: ‘Geo-locating the spatial and architectural history of pre-modern cities’, University of Exeter

In collaboration with the University of Exeter’s College of Humanities and the creative industry company specialising in geo-located audio tours (AppTrails) Calvium Ltd, we are offering a UK/EU PhD studentship to explore how digital approaches and locative media have unlocked the potential for site-specific narrative and history delivered in...

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Call for Papers: FAmagazine, Scientific e-journal in Architectural and urban Design

SECTION/THEMES B.1. city / 
Smart design for a Smart city B.2. theory /
Dispositio and architectural composition B.3. education / 
Building and/is building ourselves. The complex relationship between architecture and education DEADLINE: 30 JANUARY 2015 CALL: >> ITA  >> ENG INFO: cfp@famagazine.it

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Call for Papers: PHOTOGRAPHY & MODERN ARCHITECTURE international conference

Architecture and photography have maintained a close relation since the inception of the photographic field. Investigating the nature of this relations as well as identifying the fabric of their multidimensional dialogues constitutes an extremely rich field of research, one that has been gaining ever more relevance in actual agenda....

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