IV European Congress on Jewellery - Centres and Peripheries in European Jewellery from Antiquity to 21st Century

29.11.2018 09:00 — 30.11.2018 19:00
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29.11.2018 09:00 30.11.2018 19:00 IV European Congress on Jewellery - Centres and Peripheries in European Jewellery from Antiquity to 21st Century Link: http://citar.artes.porto.ucp.pt/pt/central-eventos/iv-european-congress-jewellery-centres-and-peripheries-european-jewellery-antiquity

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Universidade Católica Portuguesa - Porto
 
IV European Congress on Jewellery - Centres and Peripheries in European Jewellery from Antiquity to 21st Century
29 - 30 NOV
Auditório Carvalho Guerra Auditorium
 
 
Organizado e Coordenado por  | Organized and administered by:
 
CITAR - Centro de Investigação em Ciência e Tecnologia das Artes | Escola das Artes 
Research Centre for Science and Techonology of the Arts | School of Arts)
 
Curso de Doutoramento em Estudos do Património (Escola das Artes-UCP)
Doctoral Course in Heritage Studies (School of Arts-UCP)
 
 
Após as estimulantes conferências em La Bañeza (Léon), Madride Barcelona, a quarta reunião do Congresso Europeu de Joalharia realizar-se-á em novembro, no Porto, no norte de Portugal. Os oradores deste ano são convidados a explorar ideias sobre centros e periferias e a abordar a relação entre joias produzidas em "centros" da moda e joias produzidas em outros lugares.
O congresso de dois dias será dividido em cinco sessões, organizadas cronologicamente desde a Antiguidade até o presente. As comunicações versarão sobre a história e a estética da joalharia em toda a Europa e também mostrarão como a ourivesaria europeia influenciou e foi influenciada por artistas de todo o mundo.
Para este quarto Congresso, que esperamos que venha a ser mais uma vez um fórum para novas ideias e debates sobre a história da joalharia europeia, encorajamos os palestrantes a abordar temas como a circulação de desenhos e motivos ornamentais entre países e períodos, o uso de novos materiais e diferentes técnicas, ou as maneiras pelas quais as joias viajavam através das fronteiras e continentes, transportadas pela realeza, diplomatas, mercadores ou eclesiásticos.
 
After successful and stimulating conferences in La Bañeza (Léon), Madrid and Barcelona, the fourth meeting of the European Congress on Jewellery will take place this November in Porto, northern Portugal. Speakers this year are invited to explore ideas about centres and peripheries, and to address the relationship between jewellery produced in fashionable ‘centres’ and jewellery produced elsewhere.
The two day Congress will be divided into five sessions, organized chronologically from Antiquity to the present. Papers will investigate the history and aesthetics of jewellery across Europe and will also show how European goldsmithing influenced, and was influenced by, artists from across the world.
For this fourth Congress, which we hope will once again prove a forum for new ideas and debates about the history of European jewellery, we encourage speakers to address topics such as the circulation of designs and ornamental motifs across countries and periods, the use of new materials and different techniques, or the ways in which jewels travelled across borders and continents, transported by figures such as royals, royals, diplomats, merchants or ecclesiastics.
 
Temas Themes
Forma e Ornamento em joalharia Form and ornament in jewellery
Joalharia e outras artes Jewellery and the other Arts 
Ornamento e cultura popular Ornament and popular culture
Materiais e Técnicas Materials and techniques
A troca e circulação de joias The exchange and circulation of jewels
 
Registo Registration 
Speakers – 70 € 
Publico geral General public – 30 €
Estudantes Students – 20 €
 
PROGRAMA PROGRAMME
 
 

29th November 2018 (Thursday)                                                             

09h00-9h30

Registration

09h30-9h50

Opening remarks

09h50-10.30

Keynote Lecture

María Antonia Herradón Figueroa, Art of Damascening. Spanish Steel Jewellery in Fashion, 1875-1936

Table I

Jewellery: form, ornament and its relation with the other arts

Chair: Kirstin Kennedy

10h30-11h00

Amy McHugh, The Jewellist: Jean Schlumberg and his Early Jewelled Creations

11h00-11h30

Ornella Cirillo, The Jewels of Nanni Strada, a ‘little Milanese’ Between the Readymade and Avant-garde Styles

11h30-12h00

Coffee Break

12h00-12h30

Gonçalo de Vasconcelos e Sousa, Revivalism and Modernity in the work of the Portuguese Jeweller José Rosas Júnior (1885-1958)

12h30-12h40

Discussion

12h40-13h00

Private view of the exhibition of catalogues and other documentation related to European jewellery from the 19th and 20th centuries (Edifício do Restauro)

13h00-14h30

Lunch (own arrangements)

Table II

Materials and Techniques

Chairs: Gonçalo de Vasconcelos e Sousa; Rosa Mota

14h30-15h00

Carla Castiajo, Exploring Hair as a Material

15h00-15h30

Ana Cicuendez, Glass in Jewellery

15h30-15h45

Discussion

15h45-16h15

Coffee Break

16h15-16h45

Ana Passos, From Material to Affection: the Construction of the Meaning of Jewellery

16h45-17h15

Claudette Joannis, About Hair in a Locket (the Memory of Body and Heart)

17h15-17h45

Danuta Szewcyk-Prokurat; Dariusz Nowacki, Jewellery in 17th Century Poland: Forgotten Jewellery Centres on the Outskirts of Europe

17h45-18h15

Magdalena Adamska, Pea-pod Style in the Jewellery of the 17th Century Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth

18h15-18h30

Discussion

18h30-19h15

Keynote lecture

Cristina Filipe, Kukas, A Cloud that Breaks  into Rain: A Vision on Portuguese Contemporary Jewellery

 

30th November 2018 (Friday)

 

Table III

Ornament and Popular Culture 

Chair: María Antonia Herradón

09h30-10h00

Ana Cristina Sousa; Diana Felícia, Memory, frames (bitolas) and pattern books (Defumos) Books: The Crafting of Filigree Jewellery in Gondomar, Portugal

10h00-10h30

Elvira González, Traditional Majorcan Jewellery

10h30-11h00

João Grave, The Jewels of Our Lady of Mount Carmel’s image (1771): A theft, a treasure and some considerations on its meaning

11h00-11h20

Discussion

11h20-11h50

Coffee Break

11h50-12h20

Ana Cristina Sousa, The Agni Dei “behind the mountains”. A Case Study of Carção (Vimioso)

12h20-12h50

Marina Elenskaya, Jewellery Making Waves. From Archetype to Fringe, the Course of Contemporary Jewellery

12h50-13h00

Discussion

13h00-14h30

Lunch (own arrangements)

Table IV

The Exchange and Circulation of Jewels

Chairs: Claudette Joannis; Francesca Balzan

14h30-15h00

Cristina Vignone, At Home and Abroad: Tiffany’s Patrons in Nineteenth-Century Paris and London

15h00-15h30

Patricia Ferrari, From London to Paris: The Influence of Celtic Art in the World of René Lalique

15h30-16h00

Marta Sanz-Bustillo Aguirre; Saulo Alvarado Martinsanz; Alberto Galindo Muñoz, Bauhaus Jewellery

16h00-16h30

Anastazja Buttitta, Venetian Jewish Wedding Rings: An International Affair

16h30-16h40

Discussion

16h40-17h00

Coffee Break

17h00-17h30

Martha J. Egan, Brazil: Where European, African, and Native Customs Converge in Religious Jewelry

17h30-18h00

Ana Passos, From Both Sides of the Atlantic: Study of Two Private Collections of Jewellery from the 18th and 19th Centuries in Bahia

18h00-18h30

Amelia Aranda Huete; Paloma Orgaz Aranda, Exchange of Jewels Between the Spanish and Portuguese Courts

18h30-18h40

Discussion

18h40-19h15

Keynote Lecture

Rosa Mota, Gold, Religion and Popular Belief  in the Festivities of Northern Portugal

19h15-19h30

Musical performance by Cantadeiras do Vale do Neiva

19h30-19h45

Closing remarks

 

1st December 2018 (Saturday)

10h30-11h15

Visit to the Jewellery Collection at Museu Nacional de Soares dos Reis

11h30-12h30

Visit to Saint Francis Church, Museum and Catacombs

12h30

Lunch (own arrangements)

 
 
Diretor do Congresso Congress Director
Gonçalo de Vasconcelos e Sousa (School of Arts-UCP; CITAR-EA/UCP)
 
Conselho Consultivo Advisory Committee
Amelia Aranda Huet (Patrimonio Nacional, Colecciones Reales; Spain)
Annemarie Jordan Gschwend (Independent Scholar)
Claudette Joannis (Conservateur en Chef Honoraire du Patrimoine, France) 
Diana Scarisbrick (Independent Scholar, UK)
Francesca Balzan (Palazzo Falson Historic House Museum, Mdina)
Gonçalo de Vasconcelos e Sousa (School of Arts-UCP; CITAR-EA/UCP)
Kirstin Kennedy (Victoria and Albert Museum, London)
Letizia Arbeteta Mira (Cuerpo Facultivo de Conservadores de Museos, Spain)
María Antonia Herradón Figueroa (Museo del Traje, Madrid)
Mariàngels Fondevila (Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya, Barcelona)
Rosa Maria dos Santos Mota (CITAR-EA/UCP)
 
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Para mais informações por favor contactar o secretariado do Congresso
For more information please contact the Congress administrator
Maria Silva (mnsilva@porto.ucp.pt)

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