Next June 2014, Majo Alcayde, research of our research project Magistri Cataloniae, will held the conference "Identification of Oils and Protein binders in Romanic Paintings by Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption/Ionization –Time Of Flight Mass Spectrometry", in the congress art'14. 11th International Conference on non-destructive investigations and microanalysis for the diagnostics and conservation of cultural and environmental heritage.
On 29 March, Manuel Castiñeiras will participate on the Symposium dedicated to Paula Gerson that will be held at the Columbia University with the lecture: "From Santiago to Jerusalem: Performing the Romanesque Portal in the Age of Pilgrimage".
On Wednesday 5 February, Manuel Castiñeiras will participate on The Annual Lecture Series of the British Archeological Association with the The George Zarnecki Memorial lecture, entitled: "The Romanesque Portal as Performance".
Place and time: Society of Antiquaries of London (Burlington House, Piccadilly, London W1J0BE), 17.00.
The TV program “La 7mana a la Catalunya Central” (EL9TV) dedicates a TV report on Magistri Cataloniae's current research in collaboration with the Museu Episcopal de Vic. Judit Verdaguer, MEV's curator and collaborator of our research project, is investigating how Romanesque painters' work was done through analyses of pigments. This TV report could be watch this week in EL9TV, Canal Taronja Anoia, Canal Taronja Bages,Televisió del Ripollès, Televisió de Manresa and Televisió de Girona.
The defense of the Doctoral Thesis of Montse Barniol, Magistri Cataloniae research project' collaborator, will take place on Friday 8th November at 4 p.m. The title of the thesis is "Sant Antoni Abat a Catalunya en els segles XIV i XV: relat, devoció i art", and it is directed by Anna Orriols Alsina and Jordi Cerdà Subirachs.
ENTRE LA TERRA I EL CEL: claus per a la cultura visual del romànic al museu
The Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya in collaboration with our research project Magistri Cataloniae organizes a series of lectures about the keys of Romanesque art. It will include the participation of Robert Maxwell as well as three members of our research project: Manuel Castiñeiras, Jordi Camps and Michele Bacci.
LATE ANTIQUITY AND THE MIDDLE AGES IN EUROPE: 20 years of Research
The International Research Center for Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages of the University of Zagreb organizes the 20th International Congress IRCLAMA Colloquium. It will include the papers of Manuel Castiñeiras, Laura Bartolomé and Joan Molina, three members of Magistri Cataloniae's research project.
Place and dates: Poreč (Croatia). 2th- 6th October 2013.
La Portalada de Ripoll: creació, conservació i recuperació
An International Simposium on the portal of the church of Santa Maria de Ripoll will take place from 16th to 19th October 2013. It will focus on the creation, preservation and recovery of the monument and it will include the papers of Manuel Castiñeiras and Jordi Camps, two members of Magistri Cataloniae's research project.
Place: Teatre comtal de Ripoll.
IIId INTERNATIONAL ROMANESQUE CONFERENCE:
Romanesque Art: Patrons and process
The third International Romanesque Conference, organized by the British Archeological Association and MNAC in collaboration with our research project Magistri Cataloniae, will take place from 7th to 9th April 2014 at the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya.
The conference focuses on the patronage in individual and institutional terms and means to emphasize all the processes related to it. The congress represents a unique opportunity in order to have a direct approach to the new trends in the study of Romanesque art as a whole in all its cultural and geographical diversity, from the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem to Norman England. Furthermore, it will consider some paradigmatic continental examples (Papacy, Empire) as well as the nature of the agents involved in the making of Catalan Romanesque art, including visits to the Romanesque monuments.