Conference 2020: International Conference on the Arts in Society

We are pleased to announce the Call for Papers for the Fifteenth International Conference on the Arts in Society, held 26–26 June 2020 at NUI Galway in Galway, Ireland.

We invite proposals for paper presentations, workshops/interactive sessions, posters/exhibits, colloquia, focused discussions, innovation showcases, virtual posters, or virtual lightning talks. The conference features research addressing the annual themes and the 2020 Special Focus: “Against the Grain: Arts and the Crisis of Democracy.” Papers and proposals must be submitted by July 24th, 2019, with proposals being reviewed within two to four weeks after submission.

2019 & 2020 Oxford Education Research Symposia

Dear Colleagues, we would like to invite you to participate in the Oxford Symposia, held at Colleges in the University of Oxford. Attendees may participate as observerspanel members or presenters of papers, reports, and commentaries. We welcome Posters too.

If your interests relate to aspects relevant to the theory and practice of universal education you may consider attending one of the Oxford Education Research Symposia. Consult the website for more information or contact me at conferences@oxford-education-research-symposium.com

DEADLINES

SUMMER Session (29-31 July 2019) at Harris Manchester College

Abstract submission  – 12 July

Regular registration  – 16 July

 

FALL Session (4-6 December 2019) at St Anne’s College

Abstract submission  – 14 November

Early registration  – 2 September

Regular registration  – 18 November

 

SPRING Session (25 & 26 March 2020) at the Queens College

Abstract submission  – 9 March

Early registration  – 15 December

Regular registration  – 11 March


Those interested in the theory and practice of Women’s, Gender and Justice issues may submit to the Oxford Women’s Leadership Symposia. Consult the website for more information or contact me at info@oxford-womens-leadership-symposium.com

DEADLINES

SUMMER Session (31 July–2 August 2019) at Green Templeton College

Abstract submission  – 12 July

Regular registration  – 16 July

 

AUTUMN Session (4–6 December 2019) Somerville College

Abstract submission  – 14 November

Early registration  – 2 September

Regular registration  – 18 November

 

SPRING  Session 23–25 March 2020, Somerville College

Abstract submission  – 9 March

Early registration  – 15 December

Regular registration  – 11 March

NOTATIONS FOR THE MEETINGS:

  • We accept abstracts on a rolling basis and send notifications within a week of submission.
  • Presenters are allocated 20 minutes to present followed by a ten-minute question session.
  • Symposia Participants may submit complete papers (six weeks after the conclusion of the meeting attended) to be peer-reviewed by external readers for possible inclusion in Symposium Books or sponsored academic journals.
  • Conference Oxford has hundreds of affordable bedrooms in Oxford colleges available, offering splendid views of college quadrangles and gardens.

2019 FILM FINANCE FORUM

On May 17th, hear from the founders and high level executives at STXinternational, Cloudlight Entertainment, Solstice Studios, Anton, Three Point Capital, See-Saw Films, Arclight Films, ICM Partners, Voltage Pictures, Secret Cinema, and more! Register here to save 25% off thru May 10th and join leading visionaries in the world of film finance, co-production, risk mitigation, and foreign sales. The event will take place on May 17th at the Carlton Ballroom on the Croisette, in Cannes, France.

2019 OXFORD WOMEN’S LEADERSHIP SYMPOSIA

We are pleased to invite you, your institution and your colleagues to attend the upcoming 19th International Oxford Women’s Leadership Symposium. Attendees may participate as observerspanel members and presenters of papers, reports, and commentaries concerning aspects relevant to the theory and practice of Women’s, Gender and Justice issues. Poster presentations are welcome too.

You may also submit abstracts and register for the Autumn or Spring sessions. All abstracts are reviewed on a rolling basis.

SUMMER Session, 31 July–2 August 2019, Green Templeton College, University of Oxford

Abstract submission  – 12 July

Regular registration  – 16 July

AUTUMN Session 4–6 December 2019, Somerville College, University of Oxford

Abstract submission  – 14 November

Early registration  – 2 September

Regular registration  – 18 November

SPRING  Session 23–25 March 2020, Somerville College, University of Oxford

Abstract submission  – 9 March

Early registration  – 15 December 2019

Regular registration  – 11 March

Symposia Participants may submit complete papers (six weeks after the conclusion of the meeting attended) to be peer-reviewed by external readers for possible inclusion in Symposium Books or sponsored academic journals.

See their website for suggestions on topics, accommodation suggestions, and other information. <https://www.oxford-womens-leadership-symposium.com/>

Don’t hesitate to contact the coordinator, Lydia Allen, if you have questions  info@oxford-womens-leadership-symposium.com

BYU Graduation 2019

Apr 25: Commencement

8:30 am Marriott Center doors open
9:00 am Graduates assemble for the academic procession (in the ASB parking lots)
9:15 am Family and friends to be seated in the Marriott Center
Academic Procession departs from the ASB
10:00 am University Commencement Services in the Marriott Center (duration: approx. 90 mins.)

Apr 25-26: Convocations

Fine Arts and Communications – Dance, Music, MDT, TMA Friday 3:00 pm deJong Concert Hall

TMA Assessment Day – Winter 2019

All TMA Full-time Faculty and Invited Guests are welcome to attend!

TMA Assessment Day will be held on Friday, March 1, 2019 in the 2265 Conference Center (Note: NOT in the Hinckley Center!!). The schedule will go as follows:

8:45 am                          Opening Prayer & Announcements
8:45 – 9:30 am              Breakfast  Buffet available in 2265 CC
9:30 am – 12:20 pm     Break into Areas for each areas’ assessment activities

  • Theatre areas will stay in 2265 CC
  • Media arts areas will go down the hall to 2295 CC, where they will be able to view films as needed.

12:30 – 1:30 pm          Lunch provided by Lucy’s Brazilian Kitchen
*We have the rooms scheduled until 2 pm.

Parking information:  Patron parking is located west of the building in lot 20. Please adhere to parking sign instructions. The entry points to lot 20 are located at 700 East University Parkway, 730 East University Parkway, or near the Marriott Center at 450 East Campus Drive.  Parking area for guests is located in the first 3 rows of parking spaces with additional guest parking available further west in rows 1-6. 

Building Access:  The main access to the BYU Conference Center and Harman Continuing Education Building is via doors on the west of the building—east of the Lot 20 parking area. The doors provide access to both the Harman Building and Conference Center. When entering the Harman Building, the Conference Center will be up one floor and to the south.  Large touch screen panels are located near each entrance to the building with a listing of scheduled groups and room numbers to provide you directions to your event.

Conference 2019: IUGTE – Performing Arts Between Tradition and Contemporaneity

The International University Global Theatre Experience (IUGTE) are pleased to announce the call for proposals for International Conference: “Performing Arts Between Tradition and Contemporaneity”.

The Conference will be held from 16 – 20 December 2019 at Laubegg Castle, Austria.

Our focus is to explore the bridge between the ‘traditional’ and the ‘contemporary’ in performing arts. 

The IUGTE Conference is a gathering of performing artists, academics, teachers, managers, producers and designers from a wide variety of creative fields, including performing arts training, theatre, dance, visual and multimedia art, arts administration, theatre design and theatre technology.

We are accepting proposals and would be honored if you would submit yours!

Your presence as a speaker/presenter would be of great relevance to valorizing our intention of establishing an inspiring and supportive creative platform by mixing different artistic disciplines, cultures and languages.

Your presentation may have different formats. For more information, fees, submission guidelines and practical details, please visit:

http://www.performingartsconference.org/

http://www.performingartsconference.org/registration

The conference working language is English. The programme is forming quickly and the number of presentation slots is limited.

We will be happy to consider your presentation proposal for the programme.

Humanities Education and Research Association 2019 Conference

DEADLINE EXTENDED

January 31, 2019

Humanities Education and Research Association 2019 Conference

The theme is:

 Highbrow, Lowbrow, No-brow: Research and Aesthetic Values in the Humanities 

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 HERA Undergraduate Research Prize 

A prize of $1,000 will be awarded to the best undergraduate conference paper (or divided among a panel of papers), sponsored by an attending professor (with a $500 prize awarded to the professor). See HERA’s website for more details.

Creative presentations, readings, and exhibitions are also welcomed.

The Wyndham Hotel, Philadelphia

Historic District

6-9 March 2019

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The guest room rate is $149. (This rate may also be available for three days before and three days after the conference depending upon availability.)

IMPORTANT: There are a limited number of discounted hotel rooms available.

Booking website; https://book.passkey.com/e/49758081

Or by phone 1-877-999-3223 and mention that you want the HERA rate of $149.

Make these reservations as early as possible to receive the discounted rate. The Wyndham requires that you make your reservations by 02/03/2019 

Conference Website 

http://www.h-e-r-a.org/Conferences/2019%20Philadelphia/hera_philadelphia_2019_conference.htm