The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)

November 30, 2005

April 28 and 29, 2006

The symposium will examine the effects of accelerated globalization on art and scholarship. Papers presented and discussed will address new forms, subjects, and interpretations of world art and culture. For more complete information about this program please call go to or call/e-mail 212-708-9727, [email protected]

A keynote address will be presented the day before (April 28 at 6:30) by Professor Wu Hung from the University of Chicago. Professor Wu is the Harrie H. Vanderstappen Distinguished Service Professor of Art History, East Asian Languages and Civilizations; Director, Center for the Art of East Asia; and Consulting Curator, Smart Museum of Art.

CALL-FOR-PAPERS (submissions should be postmarked by January 13, 2006)

The Museum of Modern Art seeks submissions for the Second Annual Graduate Symposium.

In the past few decades, the art world has seen unprecedented growth and globalization. These developments are apparent in a number of areas: new and larger museums and cultural institutions; a thriving market of galleries, art fairs, and biennials around the world; new press outlets for the dissemination of art criticism, marketing and education through traditional and new media; increased attention, research, and art that addresses non-Western subjects; and the professionalization of artists, museum administrators and curators through emerging MA, MFA, and PhD programs. How do critics and scholars comprehend the significance of both local and international artistic activity? What traditional and new tools for analysis do they use?

Eligibility is limited to graduate students who hold at least an MA in art history or other related disciplines. PhD candidates who have completed their MA requirements, PhD’s, and recent postdoctorates (within the last two years) are also encouraged to apply.

Please go to, for complete information on the call-for-papers.

The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
November 30, 2005

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