ESCALA

Essex Collection of Art from Latin America
  1. News
  2. Radical Geometry: Modern Art of South America from the Patricia Phelps de Cisneros Collection, the new exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts, curated by two of ESCALA's alumni Dr Adrian Locke and Dr Gabriel Pérez-Barreiro is getting rave reviews.
  3. Carlos Cruz-Diez will be in conversation with Dr Joanne Harwood, ESCALA Director, on Friday 4 July at the Royal Academy in London.  The talk accompanies the exhibition Radical Geometry:Modern Art of South America from the Patricia Phelps de Cisneros Collection which runs 5 July to 28 September at the Royal Academy.
  4. ESCALA is pleased to announce the availability of two scholarships for students taking a Masters in Art History and Theory in the School of Philosophy and Art History, University of Essex. These scholarships are available exclusively for students wishing to focus predominantly on art from Latin America for their Masters.
  5. ISLAA funded students from the School of Philosophy and Art History, University of Essex as well as former ESCALA staff will present their research at the upcoming Association of Art Historians conference in London.
  6. For the second year running, we are organising an all day course on digitising an art collection for the Going Digital programme of workshops for Doctoral students.
  7. ESCALA is pleased to announce that Marina Barsy-Janer and Stefanie Kogler, PhD students in the School of Philosophy and Art History at the University of Essex, are awarded Institute for Studies on LaSave and exittin American Art (ISLAA) funding for tuition fees.
  8. ESCALA is pleased to announce that Andrés Montnegro is appointed our new Curatorial Assistant.
  9. The Essex Collection of Art from Latin America (ESCALA) and the School of Philosophy and Art History at the University of Essex (SPAH) are pleased to announce that Lara Demori is the recipient of a bursary to travel to the international conference, ‘Encuentros transatlánticos: discursos vanguardistas en España y Latinoamérica’.
  10. The Essex Collection of Art from Latin America (ESCALA) and the School of Philosophy and Art History at the University of Essex (SPAH) are pleased to announce two travel bursaries of £250 each for on-course graduate and undergraduate students of SPAH wishing to travel to the international conference, ‘Encuentros transatlánticos: discursos vanguardistas en España y Latinoamérica’ (‘Transatlantic Encounters: Avant-garde Disourses in Spain and Latin America’).

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