The call for papers is open for the panel “Contemporary African Art, a Global Art?” proposed by researchers José Carlos Venâncio and Filimone Meigos, team members of the project Memories, cultures and identities: how the past weights on the present-day intercultural relations in Mozambique and Portugal? The panel is part of the program of the 11th Iberian Congress of African Studies, which will be held on July 2-4 at the University of Lisbon.
The panel proposes to bring together “researchers, critics, curators, journalists and other actors concerned with the reception and appreciation of African art with their makers, based in Africa or the Diaspora, to reflect together on the State of Arts of contemporary art. Africa in the context of globalization.”
Submission of communication proposals to this panel must be made on the congress website until 24 February 2020.