Contemporary Art in the Heritage Experience Conference 29 & 30 July 2019
This two day conference at Newcastle University provides a platform to discuss the broader character of contemporary art in heritage and the impact of such projects on their producers and audiences, sharing knowledge across the arts and heritage sector for those engaged in or wishing to develop this area of practice.
Call for Papers
The conference is focused on the key themes of Creation and Encounters, and we invite papers, presentations and ‘visual or audio formats’ (such as posters and short films) from artists, curators, heritage professionals, academics, researchers and research students. All presentation formats to be a MAXIMUM of 20 minutes in length. We particularly invite submissions which explore the following themes and topics:
Creation theme - The challenges, motivations and experiences of creating contemporary art works for a heritage context. Reflections on the impact of such projects on artistic and curatorial practice.
Encounters theme - Encountering contemporary art in heritage: impact on visitors, host organisation, staff and volunteers.
Abstracts of up to 300 words in length should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org Abstract submission closes 31 January 2019. Please include the following details:
- Your title, full name and affiliation (if applicable).
- Your email address.
- Working title of abstract.
- Presentation type (oral presentation, poster, film or audio formats).
- Abstract (up to 300 words total).
Download a PDF of the Call for Papers below.
The conference programme will be confirmed in March 2019.
Registration opens on 1 April 2019.
MCAHE Conference 2019 Call for Papers
Call for Papers