Founded in 1953 in france as the centre international d'études romanes and re-established in 1956 in New York, the ICMA has members in twenty countries worldwide. Its international membership of academics, museum professionals, collectors, and enthusiasts of the art of the Middle Ages is vital to its mission.
News from the ICMA
Sharon Gerstel’s Rural Lives and Landscapes in Late Byzantium: Art, Archaeology, and Ethnography has been selected as the recipient of the 2016 inaugural book prize of the International Center of Medieval Art.
The ICMA presents The Forsyth Lecture in Medieval Art, 2017 Series made possible through The Forsyth Lectureship on Medieval Art Fund, Named in Memory of George H. Forsyth, Jr. and William H. Forsyth.
The ICMA is committed to democratic values of dialogue, inclusion, diversity and the free flow of people and ideas.
The $10,000 award is to be used during the period of June 1–December 31, 2017. Deadline for applications is January 31st, 2017.
The Irish government plans to ‘temporarily’ accommodate the the Irish Senate (Seanad Éireann) in the Ceramics Room of Kildare Street branch of the National Museum of Ireland. Those sharing these concerns can sign a petition organized by the Irish Arts Review.
The International Center of Medieval Art celebrates 60 years in the United States
with a reception at The Payne-Whitney Mansion, under the direction of the Cultural Services of the French Embassy 972 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 10075 on Friday 21 October 2016 6:30pm – 9pm with music by TAPESTRY.
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We are pleased to share with you a new 3D digital resource focusing on the medieval pilgrim souvenirs and secular badges in the British Museum collection.
This studentship, funded at standard AHRC rates, begins on 1 October 2017 and is based at the British Library in London.
The Mary Jaharis Center for Byzantine Art and Culture at Hellenic College Holy Cross in Brookline, MA, is pleased to announce the final lecture in its 2016–2017 lecture series
American Research Center in Sofia Foundation Announces Three Research Opportunities for 2017-2018. The submission deadline for applications is April 10, 2017.
The exhibition, extended to 12 April accompanies the publication of The Garima Gospels: Early Illuminated Gospel Books from Ethiopia, by Judith McKenzie and Francis Watson, with Michael Gervers et al., which includes all of the photographs in the exhibition
The Schoenberg Institute for Manuscript Studies (SIMS) is now accepting applications for the 2017-2018 Visiting Research Fellowship program.
Featuring nearly 700 objects from the Middle Ages and Renaissance, including monumental altarpieces, exquisite jewelry, and armored figures on horseback, the expansive new installation resurrects the chivalric, domestic, and spiritual worlds of a time that continues to enchant and inspire.
The participation of scholars from all over Europe, as well as the United States, will promote a ‘global’ exchange of ideas and foster new methodological approaches. The expertise of researchers working on the mendicants in Italy will kindle the research interest of their activities in the East and will hopefully create a new area of study.
CULTURAL HERITAGE ACROSS THE CHRISTIAN EAST, a symposium exploring the challenges of preserving the cultural heritage of the Christian East, Friday, March 31, 2017, 9:30 am–5:00 pm
Harvard Faculty Club, 20 Quincy Street, Cambridge, MA
CFP: Session on Islamic manuscripts at St Louis Conference on MSS Studies https://t.co/wD9JYAUnQm
Riemenschneider in Situ: Fundraising Tour at the Cloisters https://t.co/r69P37j1O7
Call for papers and call for projects https://t.co/YHvx9hkOlJ
Petition for University of Osnabrück Art History Program https://t.co/eSZkmn4uM2
Call for Sessions: Mary Jaharis Center Sponsored Panel, 43rd Annual Byzantine Studies Conference https://t.co/Jm65EtUZ2b
CASE WESTERN RESERVE UNIVERSITY - Chair of the Department of Art History and Art https://t.co/jdIsITer3D