Art History in the Pub
Art History in the Pub reflects the AAH's commitment to bringing interesting, cutting-edge art-historical research to a wider, public community. Talks are free, and open to all, no booking required. We are currently developing a new programme of one-off sessions as well as a new series that is due to take place in London in 2017.
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Art History in in the Pub talks are always very informal. The talks are of general interest, and anyone is welcome to come along and listen and ask questions. Talks usually last for about 30 minutes, with a break for getting extra drinks, followed by general discussion.
AHITP is always free of charge and open to everyone.
Next AHITP talks:
- AHITP, Bristol, Monday 26 September, 7pm
Luke Mitchell, photographer, artist and curator, 'Contemporary philosophers, court painters and making artworks: Is modern art’s job not only to show us who we are, but also help us?'
- AHITP, Bristol, Monday 31 October, 7pm
Jon Bridle, University of Bristol, talking about art and science - more details to come.
- AHITP, Bristol, Monday 28 November, 7pm
Jenny Gaschke, Bristol Museum and Art Gallery, 'Drunk as a …Monkey? Telling images of drinking in the collection of Bristol Museum and Art Gallery'
AHITP, Bristol Venue:
The White Bear
113 St Michael’s Hill,
Bristol, BS2 8BS
AHITP, London - returning in January 2017
We're pleased to announced that a new series of AHITP talks in London is scheduled to start from January 2017. These will take place in a pub near Spitalfields close to Liverpool Street station. More details coming soon.
AHITP, Loughbourough - February 2017
There will be a one-off 'pop-up' AHITP in Loughborugh in February 2017. More details coming soon.