University of Nottingham, 1 - 3 April 2004
The 30th AAH Annual Conference,‘Old/New?’ will be held at the University of Nottingham from Thursday 1 April - Saturday 3 April 2004
The Association of Art Historians was founded in 1974 and has since grown to include over 1000 members worldwide. To celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the Association the 2004 annual conference will explore the theme of 'Old/New?'.
The aim of the conference is to encompass sessions that cover as wide a range of periods, media, artistic practices and geographical locations as possible so as to stimulate a broad range of debate. Sessions will probe a variety of debates, including discussions concerning the state of art history and new developments in the discipline in the last 30 years, both methodologically and from the point of view of media.
The conference aims to focus on artistic practices such as drawing, where learning from the old to create the new is an intrinsic part of the artistic process. Sessions will also explore the theme of 'Old/New?' in relation to particular periods of art history or explore the relationships between Art History and related disciplines.
Academic Sessions and Convenors
Abstracts and Convenor details for the Academic Sessions are now available online.
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