SGEM 2014 Scientific Conference on ARTS, ARCHITECTURE and DESIGN

The topics in SGEM Social Sciences and Arts Conferences include, but are not confined to the following areas.

HISTORY of ARTS covers all the periods, influences and evolutions of the...

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The topics in SGEM Social Sciences and Arts Conferences include, but are not confined to the following areas.

HISTORY of ARTS covers all the periods, influences and evolutions of the history of arts all around the world – from the first artistic signs left in caves to the latest artistic movements.

Areas covered in this section include:

Prehistoric Art - Paleolithic Art, Mesolithic Art, Neolithic Art

Art of the Ancient near East - Mesopotamian, Sumerian, Akkadian, Neo-Sumerian, Babylonian, Hittite, Elamite, Assyrian, Neo-Babylonian, Achaemid, Persian. Sassanian

Egyptian Art - Pre-Dynastic, Early Dynastic, Old Kingdom, Middle Kingdom, New Kingdom, Late Period, Ptolemaic Dynasty

Ancient Greek Art - Cycladic, Minoan & Mycenaean, Ancient Greece,

Ancient Rome - Republican Rome, Imperial Rome
Early Christian Art

Byzantine Art

Art in Early Europe – Scythian, Celtic, Iron-Age Europe, Anglo-Saxon, Viking

Islamic Art, Umayyad, Abbasid, Samanid, Ghaznavids, Almoravid, Almohad, Ayyubid, Fatimid, Seljuq, Ilkmanid, Mamluk, Nasrid, Timurid, Mughal, Safavid, Zand, Qajar, Ottoman

Early Medieval Art - Middle Ages: General, Romanesque, Gothic Art, Manuscripts

Renaissance Art in Italy - 13th and 14th Centuries, Early Renaissance Art: 15th Century, High, Renaissance: 16th Century, Mannerism: 16th Century; Italo-Byzantine, Duecento, Trecento, Quattrocento, Cinquecento

Renaissance Art Elsewhere in Europe - 15th Century, 16th Century

Baroque Art

18th-Century Art - Late Baroque, Rococo, Neo-Classicism, Romanticism

19th-Century Art - Romanticism, Neo-Classicism, Realism, Pre-Raphaelites, Arts and Crafts, Realism, Impressionism, Post-Impressionism, Neo-Impressionism, Pointillism, Symbolism, Art Nouveau

20th Century Art - Early 20th-Century Art, Later 20th-Century Art, Fauvism, Expressionism, Cubism, Futurism, Dada, Surrealism, Abstract Expressionism, Pop Art, Op Art, Minimalism, Performance Art, Environmental Art, Neo-Expressionism, Post-modernism

Contemporary Art - 21st-Century Contemporary Art, Museums, Centers, Institutes, Journals, Reviews

Chinese Art - Asian Art: General, Art in China, Art in Taiwan; Xia Dynasty, Shang Dynasty, Zhou Dynasty, Qin Dynasty, Han Dynasty, Six Dynasties, Sui Dynasty, Tang Dynasty, Song Dynasty, Liao Dynasty, Jin Dynasty, Yuan Dynasty, Ming Dynasty, Qing Dynasty

Japanese Art - Jōmon Period, Yayoi Period, Kofun Period, Asuka Period, Nara Period, Heian Period, Kamakura, Muromachi Period, Azuchi-Momoyama Period, Edo Period, Meiji Restoration, Heisei Era

African Art - Native Arts of Africa, Akan, Adinkra, Adire, Asanti, Baule, Bedu, Benin, Gelede, Ife, Igbo, Ndebele, Nok, Yoruba, Zulu

Art in the Americas - Americas: General, North America, Anasazi, Arapaho - Blackfoot, Comanche, Crow, Eskimo, Karuk, Kiowa, Kwakiutl, Haida, Hidatsa, Hopi, Hupa, Klamath, Mandan, Navajo, Nampeyo, Nootka, Northwest Coast, Plains, Pomo, Salish, Sioux, Southwest, Tsimshian, Yurok, MesoAmerica, Pre-Columbian, Aztec, Maya, Mixtec, Olmec, Toltec, Zapotec, South America, Inca, Nazca, Indus Valley

Art of India - Indus Valley Civilization, Vedic Period, Magadha, Maurya, Chola, Kushan, Gupta, Pala, Hoysala, Kakatiya, Ahom, Vijayanagara, Mughal, Maratha

Art in Southeast Asia

Art of Pacific Cultures

CONTEMPORARY ARTS covers topics related to Painting, Sculpture, the new influences and aspects of Art and the Media, all the influences and interactions between Art and Society, Conservation of Art.

Areas covered in this section include:

1950s - Abstract Expressionism, American Figurative Expressionism, American scene painting, Antipodeans, Bay Area Figurative Movement, COBRA (avant-garde movement), Color Field, Generación de la Ruptura, Gutai group, Lenticular prints, Les Plasticiens, Lyrical Abstraction (Abstract lyrique), Modern traditional Balinese painting, New York Figurative, Expressionism, New York School, Serial art, Situationist International, Soviet Nonconformist Art, Red Shirt School of Photography, Tachisme, Vienna School of Fantastic Realism, Washington Color School

1960s - Abstract expressionism, Abstract Imagists, American Figurative Expressionism, Art & Language, Bay Area Figurative Movement, Chicago Imagists, Chicano art movement, Color field, Computer art, Conceptual art, Fluxus, Happenings, Hard-edge painting, Lenticular prints, Kinetic art, Light and Space, Lyrical Abstraction (American version), Minimalism, Mono-ha, Neo-Dada, New York School, Nouveau Réalisme, Op Art, Performance art, Plop Art, Pop Art, Postminimalism, Post-painterly Abstraction, Psychedelic art, Soft sculpture, Systems art

1970s - Arte Povera, Ascii Art, Bad Painting, Body art, Artist's book, COUM Transmissions, Environmental art, Feminist art, Froissage, Holography, Installation art, Land Art, Lowbrow (art movement), Mail art, Papunya Tula, Photorealism, Postminimalism, Process Art, Robotic art, Saint Soleil School, Video art, Funk art, Pattern and Decoration, Warli painting revival, Wildstyle

1980s - Appropriation art, Culture jamming, Demoscene, Electronic art, Environmental art, Figuration Libre, Fractal art, Graffiti Art, Live art, Neue Slowenische Kunst, Postmodern art, Neo-conceptual art, Neo-expressionism, Neo-pop, Sound art, Transavantgarde, Transgressive art, Transhumanist Art, Vancouver School, Video installation, Institutional Critique, Western and Central Desert art

1990s - Art intervention, Body art, Bio art, Cyberarts, Cynical Realism, Digital Art, Hyperrealism, Information art, Internet art, Massurrealism, Maximalism, New Leipzig School, New media art, New European Painting, Relational art, Software art, Toyism, Tactical media, Taring Padi, Western and Central Desert art, Young British Artists

2000s – Altermodern, Classical realism, Cynical realism, The Kitsch Movement, Pseudorealism, Remodernism, Renewable energy sculpture, Slow art, Social media avatar, Street art, Stuckism, Superflat, Superstroke, Urban art, Videogame art, VJ art, Virtual art


Elements – Intensity, Color and tone, Non-traditional elements, Rhythm

Aesthetics and theory

Painting media – Oil, Pastel, Acrylic, Watercolor, Ink, Hot wax, Fresco, Gouache, Enamel, Spray paint, Tempera, Water miscible oil paint, Painting styles

Western, Far Eastern, Islamic, Indian, African, Contemporary art, 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, 2000s

Painting Idioms


Types of sculpture

Purposes and subjects

Materials and techniques – Stone, Metal, Glass, Pottery, Wood carving

Social status of sculptors

Anti-sculpture movements

History of sculpture - Prehistoric periods, Ancient Near East, Ancient
Egypt, Ancient Greece, Classical, Hellenistic, Europe after the Greeks, Roman sculpture, Early Medieval and Byzantine, Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance, Mannerist, Baroque and Rococo, Neo-Classical, Asia, Greco-Buddhist sculpture and Asia, China, Japan, India, South-East Asia, Islam, Africa, The Americas, Pre-Columbian, Moving toward modern art, North America, 19th–early 20th century, and continuing realism

Modernism - Gallery of modernist sculpture, Contemporary movements, Minimalism, Postminimalism, Contemporary genres



Art and Media - digital art, computer graphics, computer animation, virtual art, Internet art, interactive art, video games

Internet and art - Telematic art, Digital art, Fax art, Tradigital art, Cyberculture,, Net-poetry, Cyberformance, Surfing club, Art sales, Hypertext fiction, Virtual art, Artmedia, Online exhibition

Installations Art and Objecthood, Interactive installations, Immersive virtual reality, Land art

From: September 02, 2014 00:00
To: September 07, 2014 23:59

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