CFP: 16th Century Flemish Culture: Art, Literature, Architecture, History (3/15/07; 6/16/07)

full name / name of organization: 
Alison Carley
contact email: 
alisoncarley@nassaumuseum.com

Theme: 16th Century Flemish Culture

Date: June 16, 2007

Place: Nassau County Museum of Art, Roslyn =
Harbor, NY www.nassaumuseum.com

Keynote speaker: Wolfgang Mieder, Ph.D., Professor of German and =
Folklore, The University of Vermont

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Beginning May 26, 2007, The Nassau County Museum of Art will exhibit =
major works by Pieter Bruegel, the Younger, including some of his most =
notable pieces: The Netherlandish Proverbs, The Peasant Wedding, =
Merriment and Seven Deadly Sins. In conjunction with this small but no =
less significant exhibition, the Nassau County Museum of Art is planning =
the first in a series of Humanities Symposia on June 16, 2007. =20

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Contributors are encouraged to submit abstracts, no more than 300 words =
in length, for papers/presentations (10 - 12 minutes) that examine the =
rich culture that surrounds the work and life of Pieter Bruegel, the =
Younger. Topics of particular interest in this field include, but are =
not limited to, genre painting, sculpture, literature, architecture, =
music, The Eighty Years War and The Reformation.

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Deadline for submission is March 15, 2007.

Send abstracts to ritamack_at_nassaumuseum.com as .doc attachments only.

Panelists will be notified on or before April 2, 2007.

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Alison L. Carley
Grant Writer
Nassau County Museum of Art
One Museum Drive
Roslyn Harbor, NY 11576
www.nassaumuseum.com
phone: 516-484-9338 ext. 11
fax: 516-484-0710

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cfp categories: 
renaissance