January 13–15, 2022
Presented on Zoom
The Andrew Ladis Memorial Trecento Conference is held biennially in honor of the art historian Andrew Ladis (1949–2007), an authority on Taddeo Gaddi and Giotto and an inspiring teacher. The conference—the only gathering of its kind—emphasizes trecento Italian art as a fruitful area of research and offers participants the opportunity to exchange ideas formally and informally in a collegial environment.
The next conference will be held online on January 13–15, 2022. Dr. Susan L’Engle, professor emerita, Saint Louis University, will be the keynote speaker. Twenty-four other scholars will present papers, which will be published by Brepols.
Admission is free, but advance registration for both the keynote and the two days of paper sessions is required.
The keynote address on January 13 is open to the public. To register for the keynote, please visit this webpage.
The remainder of the conference on January 14 and 15 is only for specialists or students of early Italian art or a related field; it will be presented on Zoom Events. To register for the remainder of the conference, please visit this webpage.
Questions? Please contact Trinita Kennedy at tkennedy@FristArtMuseum.org.
Anne Derbes, emerita, Hood College
Max Grossman, The University of Texas at El Paso
Bryan Keene, Riverside Community College
Trinita Kennedy, Frist Art Museum
Areli Marina, University of Kansas
Judith Steinhoff, University of Houston
Kristen Streahle, Hollins University
Sarah Wilkins, Pratt Institute
The Samuel H. Kress Foundation
International Center of Medieval Art
Image: Seneca Master (Bologna, active early 14th century). Cutting: The Sixth Day of Creation, early 1300s. Tempera and gold on parchment, 2 3/4 in. diameter. The Cleveland Museum of Art, The Jeanne Miles Blackburn Collection 2006.9