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Call for Papers: Homework: artists’ studio homes and their afterlives in Britain and the United States

  • 19 Jun 2019

Deadline for Submission: 12pm (GMT) Friday 12th July 2019

The Paul Mellon Centre, Henry Moore Foundation and Historic Artists’ Homes and Studios, a programme of the National Trust for Historic Preservation (US) are seeking proposals to present at a colleagues’ conference focused on research and scholarship centered around artists’ preserved homes and studios in the United States and United Kingdom.

Proposals are welcome from colleagues in museum, historic sites and university communities working with or at these types of sites. Submission may come from curatorial, conservation, administrative, interpretative staff working at these museums, or from scholars researching, publishing on these topics. Submissions are also encouraged from independent curators and researchers in the field. 

This is a collaborative programme sponsored by the Paul Mellon Centre, Henry Moore Foundation and the Historic Artists’ Homes and Studios Program with underwriting support from the Terra Foundation for American Art.

For more information and details on how to submit a proposal please click here.

Daniel Chester French's casting room at Chesterwood

Daniel Chester French's casting room at Chesterwood,

Digital image courtesy of Jason Baker and Chesterwood Historic Site, Stockbridge, MA