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The ARTIS - Institute of Art History, part of the History Department of FLUL, offers training in Art History, Heritage and Restoration Theory throughout three Study Cycles. 

R&D Unit

The Institute was founded in 2009 as a new research unit of the School of Arts and Humanities of the University of Lisbon. It is funded by FCT since 2015.


ARTIS-IHA publishes two journals, both with double-blind peer review: ARTIS - Revista de História da Arte e Ciências do Património and ARTis ON (published online in open access), along with other publications.

O Legado de André Soares


Exhibition "O Legado de André Soares", curated by Eduardo Pires de Oliveira and Paulo Oliveira.
From November 30th, 2021 to February 27th, 2022. Mosteiro de Tibães, Braga.

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The Individual Call is aimed at Ph.D. holders of any nationality or stateless with a background in any scientific area who wish to develop their scientific research or technological development activity in Portugal, integrated into R&D units funded by FCT.
Applicants should indicate the host institution where they will develop their research plan. The selected doctorates are directly hired by the identified host institution, through FCT funding.
The call is open from 3 February 2022 until 3 March 2022, 5 p.m. (Lisbon time), through the electronic platform to be made available in due course.
Application for pre-submission with ARTIS until January 25th, through the form you can access HERE
The period for the association of the host institution to each individual application is from 4 March 2022 until 29 March 2022, 5 p.m (Lisbon time).

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January 20th | 5 p.m. | MNAC

Conference Founders of Portuguese Contemporary Tapestry and Artistic Colective

The Women of Contemporary Portuguese Tapestry
Ana Maria Gonçalves (FLUL)

MNAC - January 20th, 5 p.m.

Cycle "Women Painters in the Ibero-American World" 2021-2022
Organization Teresa Lousa / Linha História das Mulheres e do Género Grupo de Investigação- Cultura, História e Pensamento Ibéricos e Ibero-americanos CHAM/ MNAC