Membership & Benefits
Becoming an AAH member provides a platform from which one can share, widen and maximise research and ideas, and enables conversation at an institutional and organisational level.
Join the Conversation
AAH Membership is open to all professional art historians, researchers and students, as well as to those with an active interest in and commitment to art history and visual culture. Annual membership runs for 12 months from the date of activation. Members can renew online within 30 days of membership expiring. After 30 days members will need to re-join online (this is simply to do with how our database stores data).
- new AAH member: join online or download membership form
- renew my AAH membership: renew online or download renewal form
- lapsed member (my membership expired more than 30 days ago): join online or download membership form
Joining or renewing online? - then you will need your username - this is usually your email address, and your password (which you create).
In order that you can access your membership profile records must be kept up to date, so please let us know if your email changes, or update it yourself.
10% discount for membership via Direct Debit.
Art History Subscription Special Offer: 75% discount
AAH Members save up to £100 on an annual subscription to Art History.
Current members pay only £35 (+VAT) for a UK subscription to the journal, whilst a non-member subscription costs £133. Annual subscriptions now include online access too! For full details click here.
How can I claim this membership discount subscription?
All you need is a current membership number. Paid-up members can either complete an online subscription form via the Members-only area*, or contact Wiley subscription services directly, online or over the phone.
*To access the Members-only area members must first Login and Register, if they've not done so already. You will also need to quote your current four digit membership number. These discounts are not available to Institutional members or holders of Library subscriptions to Bulletin.
Interest Groups for Members
The Interest Groups work voluntarily within the AAH to support the interests of:
- Art History in Schools
- Art History within Further & Higher Education
- Students stuyding art history or visual culture
- Art History in Museums and Galleries - within Education or Research
- Art History in relation to freelance or independent work
The Interest Groups help organise activities and events. They provide an opportunity for members to become more actively involved in the AAH’s overarching aims and activities.
We welcome your feedback on AAH Membership. Email us at email@example.com