Lecture | Jeffrey Collins at University of Bern’s ‘Interior’ Series

Posted in lectures (to attend) by Editor on October 16, 2012

Jeffrey Collins offers the second in a three-part lectures series at the University of Bern’s 2012-13 lecture series:

Lecture Series: The Interior
University of Bern/Switzerland, 2012-13

This lecture series is part of the SNSF Sinergia project The Interior: Art, Space, and Performance (Early Modern to Postmodern) which is based at the Institute of Art History, University of Bern, and is conducted in cooperation with the Institute of Media Culture and Theatre, University of Cologne. Proceeding from a heterogeneous and dynamic conception of the interior drawn from various media, styles, and contexts, this interdisciplinary project investigates diverse theoretical and interpretative models of interiors in art, theatre, and visual culture from the Early Modern to the Contemporary eras.

12 December 2012
Interior Designs: Imagining the Museum in Eighteenth-Century Italy’
Jeffrey L. Collins, (Bard Graduate Center: Decorative Arts, Design History, Material Culture, New York)

More information is available at the project website»

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  1. Michael Yonan said, on October 16, 2012 at 1:46 pm

    Can’t resist adding that your fearless HECAA leader is scheduled to speak in a symposium next month that is also part of this project. The theme is “Im Spiegel der Dinge – Objektkultur und Interieur an den Höfen Europas.” (Objects and Interiors at the Courts of Europe.) For fuller information, here’s a link:

    Click to access TheInterior_Flyer_Symposium_BBR_web.pdf

    • Editor said, on October 17, 2012 at 9:01 pm

      Thanks, Michael! I’ll also put it together as a proper posting soon. -CH

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