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Teaching

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.

Publications

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.

VII COLLOQUIUM ART COLLECTIONS IN PORTUGAL AND BRAZIL IN THE 19th AND 20th CENTURIES - Royal COLLECTIONS AND OFFICIAL COLLECTIONS

 

Call for Papers

Attention: in view of the current pandemic situation, the deadline for receiving abstracts has been extended until next April 20th.

 

ARTIS - Institute of Art History of the School of Arts and Humanities of the University of Lisbon, in partnership with the Postgraduate Program in Visual Arts at the School of Fine Arts at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and the Ajuda National Palace-DGPC, organized the VII Colloquium «Art Collections in Portugal and Brazil in the 19th and 20th centuries» under the theme «Royal Collections and Official Collections», which will take place from October 21st to 24th, 2020, at the Ajuda National Palace, in Lisbon.

Official site: https://colecoesdearte2020.weebly.com/


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COVID-19 Information

 

ATTENTION - INFORMATION

 
Following the measures foreseen for the situation with COVID-19, ARTIS-IHA will be closed to the public and researchers in general until further notice. The service will continue to be done preferably by email.
Thank you.


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"PELOS TRILHOS DA ÁGUA NA ARQUITECTURA"

E-book

 

ARTIS-IHA announces the publication of the e-book "Pelos Trilhos da Água na Arquitectura".
 
This results from the conference cycle that took place between January and July 2019, at the Roca Lisboa Gallery, under the theme "Os Trilhos da Água".
Texts by: Maria Alexandra Gago da Câmara; João Carlos Puga Alves; Ana Patrícia Alho, Pedro Machado and Vanda Luciano.