Workshop | Provenance Research in Action

Posted in opportunities by Editor on February 22, 2023

From the Society for the History of Collecting:

Provenance Research in Action: Theory, Tools and Implementation
London, 12–16 June 2023

Organized by Adriano Ayomino, Silvia Davoli, Lisa de Zoete, and Barbara Furlott

Applications due by 10 March 2023

Join a week-long, hands-on workshop on provenance research and due diligence in the heart of the London art world. Run by the Society for the History of Collecting in partnership with some of the most relevant London-based museums, libraries, and academic institutions, the workshop aims to introduce students and young professionals to the tools, good practices, and best methodologies involved in researching provenance for paintings, decorative arts, books, archives, etc. Small group workshops, run by professionals in the sector, have been designed to provide an effective method of teaching of the theoretical and practical aspects of provenance research today.

Applicants should send a letter of motivation (no longer than 750 words) and a brief CV (no longer than 1 page) to barbara.furlotti@courtauld.ac.uk by 10 March, 2023. The workshop does not include travel, accommodation, or food (unless specified in the program). Cost for participation is £150 for the full workshop.

A pdf version of the schedule is available here»

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