Welcome to the Italian Art Society!
Click on each tab above, or one of its subheadings, for more information About the IAS, Officers & Committees, News & Notes, Conferences & Lectures, Grants & Opportunities, Research & Resources, Membership & Support, or Affiliates & Friends; we welcome your feedback.
|Follow the Italian Art Society on Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter, and Academia.edu.
Support the IAS by starting your Amazon.com shopping from our site.
To join the IAS GSESC Google Group, an information network for IAS members, contact the GSESC chair. More information.
To receive notice whenever this website is updated, please click the Follow button in the lower right corner of this page.
Read the IASblog.
Listed in chronological order by due date. To post a relevant announcement, please contact the webmaster.
IAS CONFERENCES AT A GLANCE. Whether you are making travel plans or trying to decide where you would like to send an abstract, you can now see all IAS sponsored sessions in an easy to navigate chart. Conferences at a glance.
CLOSING SOON! PRESERVATION STUDIES. The San Gemini Preservation Studies Program, now in its 15th year, offers students the opportunity to study preservation in Italy in two summer sessions (2-27 June and 14 July-8 Aug). More information. Deadline 15 March.
CLOSING SOON! ERZ RESEARCH AWARD. The Research Award of the European Center of the Romanesque (Europäisches Romanik Zentrum, ERZ) supports outstanding research works on Romanesque art and architecture. More information. Deadline 15 March.
CFP: BRAMANTE AND LOMBARD 15C ARCHITECTURE. Conference to celebrate fifth centenary of Bramante’s death. Acts of the conference will be published in Arte Lombarda. More information. Deadline 21 March.
CFP: INTERSECTIONS. Intersections: Italy in Music, Art, Literature, and Cinema seeks abstracts for its 2014 conference to be held 6-7 June in Turin. More information. Deadline 31 March.
CFP: I TATTI PRIZE. I Tatti welcomes submissions for its 2013 I Tatti Prize for the Best Essay published by a Junior Scholar. See the I Tatti website for the full texts, abstracts, and biographies of the 2012 winners, as well as application forms to submit articles published in 2013. More information. Deadline 1 June.
CFP: PALINSESTI. Contemporary Italian Art Online Journal seeks papers for its fourth thematic issue: “The Years of Lead: Italian and West German Aural & Visual Culture in the 1970s.” More information. Deadline 30 June.
ITALIAN RENAISSANCE RESOURCES ONLINE. A new, entirely free resource on Italian Renaissance art is now available from Oxford University Press and the National Gallery of Art, Washington. Italian Renaissance Learning Resources is just one of many research and teaching resources available on our Research & Resources page, which includes listings of research institutions in Italy, recent member publications, recently completed dissertations, and dissertations in progress. Do you have a resource you’d like to share? Please send relevant information to the webmaster. More information.
MEMBER PUBLICATIONS. Do you have a 2012 or 2013 publication that should be listed? Please email the webmaster with full publication information and a jpeg of the book or journal cover. See our Member Publications page for full information and formatting guidelines.
STUDENT RATE FOR BURLINGTON MAGAZINE. For a limited time, the Burlington Magazine is offering a special student rate of 12 digital issues for only $25. The subscription includes access to back issues not yet available on JSTOR.
DISSERTATIONS LISTS. The College Art Association has published the authors and titles of doctoral dissertations in art history and visual studies—both completed and in progress—from American and Canadian institutions for calendar year 2012. The IAS lists recently completed and ongoing dissertations on Italian topics from all periods. We encourage students and emerging scholars, and their advisors, to check our lists for accuracy and to submit updates for dissertations begun or completed in 2013 or 2014. More information.
CFP: ARCHITECTURAL HISTORIES. The European Architectural History Network (EAHN) invites submissions to its new, open-access journal. More information.
CFP: PUBLISHING INITIATIVE. The Art History Publication Initiative (AHPI), funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, supports the publication of forty books by first-time authors in both print and digital form over a period of five years (2013-18). For more information about the initiative, the first books published in it, submissions, and the participating presses, please see the interactive digital catalog and website.
WEBSITE UPDATES. Receive e-mail updates when new items are posted to our website. To register, please click the Follow Button at the bottom right of this page. Any questions should be directed to the webmaster.
MEMBER PUBLICATIONS: The IAS lists recent member publications under the Research & Resources tab. Do you have a 2012 or 2013 article or book that should be listed? Using the format listed here, please send your citation(s) to the webmaster. More information.
SUPPORT THE IAS: Tax-deductible, charitable contributions support the IAS annual operations, including travel grants and a lecture series. You can also support the IAS by starting your Amazon shopping through any of the links found on the site. All purchases begun from one of our website links returns at least 4% to the IAS at no extra cost to you. A simple and easy way to support IAS programming and grants. More information.
RESEARCH & RESOURCES PAGE. Our resources page contains information of use to our membership, including listings of research institutions in Italy, recent member publications, recently completed dissertations, and dissertations in progress. More information.
IAS CALENDAR: The IAS maintains a calendar of IAS and related events and deadlines, found under About the IAS.
This listing last updated March 10, 2014 at 2:56:19 PM CST.