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28.06.13: Art in the Making: final conference programme and call for posters

Posted by Will Wootton in Events 4 years, 6 months ago.

Please find below the programme for our conference on Friday 28th June 2013 along with the call for Posters.

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28.06.13: Conference information: preliminary list of speakers and call for posters

Posted by Will Wootton in Events 4 years, 6 months ago.

The final conference of the Art of Making in Antiquity project will be held on the 28th June at King's College London. It is entitled 'Art in the Making: Stone Carving in the Classical World'. This conference follows on from the hugely successful event last year which examined the broader topic of stone carving through history.

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28.06.13: Save the Date! Art in the Making: Carving Stone in the Classical World

Posted by Will Wootton in Events 4 years, 7 months ago.

The date for our final event has now been confirmed so please put it in your diaries. The event will take place on Friday 28th June and marks the conclusion of the project as well as the official launch of the website. We are in the process of planning the conference so please save the date and check back in due course.

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23.03.13: Production in Pieces: full programme now available

Posted by Will Wootton in Events 4 years, 7 months ago.

Below you will find the full programme for the upcoming event on the making of mosaics. You can find more information here and book (?5 including lunch) here

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23.03.13: Making Event on Mosaics

Posted by Will Wootton in Events 4 years, 7 months ago.

On Saturday 23rd March, some of the project team are organising an event on the making of mosaics. Although not concerned explicitly with Classical antiquity there will be significant components addressing the Greek and Roman worlds. The event is funded by the King's College London Arts & Humanities Research Institute and is in collaboration with the Centre for Hellenic Studies. It is part of a series of Applied Art workshops which we were also involved in last year.

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