In cooperation with the Dutch Postgraduate School for Art History (OSK), the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences will organise a masterclass 'Designing Architecture in Sixteenth-Century Europe. Drawing as Motor and Medium for Architectural Innovation' for PhD’s and research master students in architectural history (and related fields).
This masterclass is an annex to the international Academy Colloquium 'Designing Architecture in Sixteenth-Century Europe. Drawing as Motor and Medium for Architectural Innovation', to be held in the Trippenhuis on 6-7 May 2013.
Participation at this Colloquium is restricted but free entrance is reserved for PhD’s and research master students presenting a paper on the masterclass on 8 May. Several of the scholars participating at the Academy colloquium will attend the masterclass to discuss the papers delivered by the students.
PhD’s and research master students in architectural history or related fields are cordially invited to send a proposal (300 words) for a 20 minutes presentation of their research. Although the colloquium will be focussed on architectural drawings in Early Modern Europe, the scope of the masterclass is wider. Here other aspects of early modern architectural history, or papers on architectural drawings of later periods will be accepted as well.
Konrad Ottenheym (Utrecht University)