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  • Call for ICMA Sponsored Session Proposals

    The International Center of Medieval Art (ICMA) seeks proposals for sessions to be held under the organization’s sponsorship in 2016 at the annual College Art Association. Session organizers and speakers must be ICMA members. Proposals for ICMA sponsorship should consist of a title, an abstract, and a CV.

  • ICMA/Kress Fellowships available for research and publications

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    Announcing five Kress Fellowships to support research and/or publications in Medieval Art for 2014! Available to ICMA members working on their first book, the $3,000 fellowships support research leading to a publication on medieval art and, for authors with publication contracts in hand, monies to defray specific costs. Application deadline August 31, 2014. Click the link above for more details.

  • August Newsletter

    The next issue of the ICMA newsletter will be published in late August. Please submit news about the medieval art community to Sherry Lindquist at newsletter@medievalart.org no later than July 15th, 2014.

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