Fundacja ormiańska KZKO
Warszawa - II Międzynarodowa Konferencja "Sztuka diaspory ormiańskiej"
Dodano 2017-03-12

 

W dniach 30-31.03.2017 na Uniwersyrecie KSW w Warszawie odbędzie się II Międzynarodowa Konferencja Sztuka diaspory ormiańskiej
PROGRAM KONFERENCJI:
30 marca 2017 UKSW Warszawa ul. Wójcickiego 1/3 budynek nr 23, sala nr 20
14 : 00 – 14 : 45
Opening Ceremony
His Excellency Edgar Ghazaryan, Ambassador of the Republic of Armenia to the
Republic of Poland
Prof. Jerzy Malinowski, Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń / President of the
Polish Institute of World Art Studies
Rev. Prof. Henryk Skorowski, Director of the International Center for Intercultural
and Interreligious Dialogue, Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University
Dr hab. Katarzyna Chrudzimska-Uhera, Director of the Institute of History of Art,
Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University
14 : 45 – 15 : 45
Rev. Prof. Józef Naumowicz, Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University, Warsaw
The Problem of the Cult of Images in the Relations of the Armenian Church with the Byzantine and
Latin in the XII-XIV c.
Prof. Claude Mutafian, Paris
La Roumanie et les manuscrits arméniens
Prof. Levon Chookaszian, UNESCO Chair of History and Theory of Armenian Art,
Yerevan State University
About Silver Covers of the Certain Armenian Manuscripts and Books from Eastern European
Collections
15 : 45 – 16 : 00 Discussion
16: 00 – 16 : 30 Tea/ Coffee break
16: 30 – 17 : 30
Emma Chookaszian, University of Paul Valery, Montpellier, France
Queen Keran and the Enigmas of her Gospel of 1272 (Jerusalem, Armenian Patriarchate Collection,
Ms.2563)
Branka Ivanić, National Museum, Belgrade
The Monastery Jermenčić (Little Armenian) at the Rtanj Mountain in Serbia
Dr Beata Bierońska-Słota, Polish Institute of World Art Studies, Cracow
History of Armenian Art Exhibitions in Poland
17 : 30 – 17 : 45 Discussion
17 : 45 – 19 : 05
Dr Piotr Kondraciuk, Museum Zamojskie, Zamość
Wood-carved Ornaments in the Armenian Tenement-Houses in Zamość
Dr Roksolana Kosiv, National Museum, Lviv
The 17th century embroidered Cope from the Armenian Cathedral in Lviv
Dr Mariya Helytovych, National Museum, Lviv
Icon of the Virgin Hodegetria from the Chapel of Armenian Archbishops in Lviv. Clarifying
Attribution
Mariya Tsymbalista, National Museum, Lviv
Icons with Armenian Inscriptions from the Collection of Andrey Sheptytsky National Museum: Holy
Apostles and Evangelists Matthew and Mark
19 : 05 – 19 : 20 Discussion
19 : 30 – Dinner and Informal meeting 
31 marca 2017
31st
 March, 2017
10 : 00 – 11 : 20
Dr Dorota Janiszewska-Jakubiak, Vice-director of Department of Cultural Heritage
Abroad and Wartime Losses, The Ministry of Culture and National Heritage
The Protection of Cultural Heritage of Polish Armenians in the former Eastern Territories of the
Polish Republic. The Actions of the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage
Dr Sarah Laporte-Eftekharian, Université Lille III
La Nouvelle-Djoulfa – Une nouvelle culture de l’image New Julfa – A New Culture of Images
Prof. Dr Satenik Chookaszian, UNESCO Chair of History and Theory of Armenian
Art, Yerevan State University
The Richest Decorated Armenian Church- St. All Saviour Cathedral of New Julfa
Dr Julien Auber de Lapierre, Paris
Yuhanna Al-Arman Al-Qudsi : un arménien au Caire
11 : 20 - 11 : 40 Discussion
11 : 40 – 12 : 10 Tea/ Coffee
12 : 10 - 12 : 50
Dr Magdalena Olszewska, National Museum, Warsaw
When did Stanislaw August Poniatowski come to Lipkow?
Dr Magdalena Tarnowska, Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University, Warsaw
Rafał Hadziewicz (1803-1886) and his Paintings in Warsaw Churches
12 : 50 - 13 : 00 Discussion
13 : 00 – 14 : 00
Krzysztof Żwirski, Jagiellonian University, Cracow
Portraitists of the Progress, Executors of Caprices, Suppliers of Fantasies and Prestige. The Role of
Armenian Photographers in Development of Photography in Middle East
Dr Varvara Basmadjian, Paris
Un carnet de dessins inédit d’Aram Andonian conservé à la Bibliothèque Nubar de Paris. Une
transmission aigüe de l’histoire moderne à travers le dessin satirique
Dr Hervé Georgelin, Paris
Zavèn Bibérian (1921-1984), Լկրտածը [The Slut] 1959
14 : 00 - 14 : 15 Discussion
14 : 15 – 15 : 40 Lunch time
15 : 40 – 16 : 20
Hakob Matevosyan, University of Leipzig
‘Minority' Status and 'Diasporic' Condition: Stances in the Armenian Field of Hungary
Dr Balint Kovacs, GWZO Leipzig / Pazmany Peter Catholic University, Budapest
The Fine Arts in the Identity of the Armenians in Transylvania on the End of the 19th Century
16 : 20 – 16 : 30 Discussion
16 : 30 – 17 : 10
Dominika Macios, Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University, Warsaw
St. Nicolas Church in Kamianets-Podilskyi during Soviet Times
Magdalena Piecyk, Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University, Warsaw
Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University and Armenian Studies- New Discoveries
17 : 10 - 17 : 20 Discussion
17 : 20 – 18 : 40 Closing Ceremony
Prof. Dr hab. Waldemar Deluga, Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University / Polish
Institute of World Art Studies

W dniach 30-31.03.2017 na Uniwersytecie Kardynała Stefana Wyszyńskiego w Warszawie odbędzie się II Międzynarodowa Konferencja pt. "Sztuka diaspory ormiańskiej"

PROGRAM KONFERENCJI:

30 marca 2017 UKSW Warszawa ul. Wójcickiego 1/3 budynek nr 23, sala nr 201

14 : 00 – 14 : 45

Opening Ceremony - Ceremonia otwarcia

His Excellency Edgar Ghazaryan, Ambassador of the Republic of Armenia to the Republic of Poland

Prof. Jerzy Malinowski, Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń / President of the Polish Institute of World Art Studies

Rev. Prof. Henryk Skorowski, Director of the International Center for Intercultural and Interreligious Dialogue, Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University

Dr hab. Katarzyna Chrudzimska-Uhera, Director of the Institute of History of Art, Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University

14 : 45 – 15 : 45

Rev. Prof. Józef Naumowicz, Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University, Warsaw

The Problem of the Cult of Images in the Relations of the Armenian Church with the Byzantine and Latin in the XII-XIV c.

Prof. Claude Mutafian, Paris

La Roumanie et les manuscrits arméniens

Prof. Levon Chookaszian, UNESCO Chair of History and Theory of Armenian Art, Yerevan State University

About Silver Covers of the Certain Armenian Manuscripts and Books from Eastern European Collections

15 : 45 – 16 : 00 Discussion

16: 00 – 16 : 30 Tea/ Coffee break

16: 30 – 17 : 30

Emma Chookaszian, University of Paul Valery, Montpellier, France

Queen Keran and the Enigmas of her Gospel of 1272 (Jerusalem, Armenian Patriarchate Collection, Ms.2563)

Branka Ivanić, National Museum, Belgrade

The Monastery Jermenčić (Little Armenian) at the Rtanj Mountain in Serbia

Dr Beata Bierońska-Słota, Polish Institute of World Art Studies, Cracow

History of Armenian Art Exhibitions in Poland

17 : 30 – 17 : 45 Discussion

17 : 45 – 19 : 05

Dr Piotr Kondraciuk, Museum Zamojskie, Zamość

Wood-carved Ornaments in the Armenian Tenement-Houses in Zamość

Dr Roksolana Kosiv, National Museum, Lviv

The 17th century embroidered Cope from the Armenian Cathedral in Lviv

Dr Mariya Helytovych, National Museum, Lviv

Icon of the Virgin Hodegetria from the Chapel of Armenian Archbishops in Lviv. Clarifying Attribution

Mariya Tsymbalista, National Museum, Lviv

Icons with Armenian Inscriptions from the Collection of Andrey Sheptytsky National Museum: Holy Apostles and Evangelists Matthew and Mark

19 : 05 – 19 : 20 Discussion

19 : 30 – Dinner and Informal meeting 

31 marca 2017

10 : 00 – 11 : 20

Dr Dorota Janiszewska-Jakubiak, Vice-director of Department of Cultural Heritage Abroad and Wartime Losses, The Ministry of Culture and National Heritage

The Protection of Cultural Heritage of Polish Armenians in the former Eastern Territories of the Polish Republic. The Actions of the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage

Dr Sarah Laporte-Eftekharian, Université Lille III

La Nouvelle-Djoulfa – Une nouvelle culture de l’image New Julfa – A New Culture of Images

Prof. Dr Satenik Chookaszian, UNESCO Chair of History and Theory of Armenian Art, Yerevan State University

The Richest Decorated Armenian Church- St. All Saviour Cathedral of New Julfa

Dr Julien Auber de Lapierre, Paris

Yuhanna Al-Arman Al-Qudsi : un arménien au Caire

11 : 20 - 11 : 40 Discussion

11 : 40 – 12 : 10 Tea/ Coffee

12 : 10 - 12 : 50

Dr Magdalena Olszewska, National Museum, Warsaw

When did Stanislaw August Poniatowski come to Lipkow?

Dr Magdalena Tarnowska, Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University, Warsaw

Rafał Hadziewicz (1803-1886) and his Paintings in Warsaw Churches

12 : 50 - 13 : 00 Discussion

13 : 00 – 14 : 00

Krzysztof Żwirski, Jagiellonian University, Cracow

Portraitists of the Progress, Executors of Caprices, Suppliers of Fantasies and Prestige. The Role of Armenian Photographers in Development of Photography in Middle East

Dr Varvara Basmadjian, Paris

Un carnet de dessins inédit d’Aram Andonian conservé à la Bibliothèque Nubar de Paris. Une transmission aigüe de l’histoire moderne à travers le dessin satirique

Dr Hervé Georgelin, Paris

Zavèn Bibérian (1921-1984), Լկրտածը [The Slut] 1959

14 : 00 - 14 : 15 Discussion

14 : 15 – 15 : 40 Lunch time

15 : 40 – 16 : 20

Hakob Matevosyan, University of Leipzig

‘Minority' Status and 'Diasporic' Condition: Stances in the Armenian Field of Hungary

Dr Balint Kovacs, GWZO Leipzig / Pazmany Peter Catholic University, Budapest

The Fine Arts in the Identity of the Armenians in Transylvania on the End of the 19th Century

16 : 20 – 16 : 30 Discussion

16 : 30 – 17 : 10

Dominika Macios, Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University, Warsaw

St. Nicolas Church in Kamianets-Podilskyi during Soviet Times

Magdalena Piecyk, Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University, Warsaw

Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University and Armenian Studies- New Discoveries

17 : 10 - 17 : 20 Discussion

17 : 20 – 18 : 40 Closing Ceremony, Ceremonia zamknięcia 

Prof. Dr hab. Waldemar Deluga, Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University / Polish Institute of World Art Studies

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