A unique opportunity has arisen for prospective teachers of History of Art wanting to gain experience of planning and delivering an AS-level course in the upcoming academic year (2013-4). The role is on a self-employment basis and involves being part of a team who will offer twilight sessions in the AQA syllabus. Teachers will deliver to state sector students who have expressed an interest in studying history of art, but whose schools do not offer the subject. See more detailsSee more details >
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AAH2014, Annual Conference & Bookfair
Royal College of Art, London
10 - 12 April, 2014
Call for Papers. Deadline 11 November 2013
16 July 2013, BirminghamSee more details >
Yorkshire Sculpture Park
27th June 2013
Confirmed speakers: Angela McRobbie | Carol Tulloch | Miranda Stearn Dr William Rea | Dr Karen Dennis | Richard Johns Melanie Vandenbrouck
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The School of Art, Aberystwyth University, in collaboration with The Courtauld Institute of Art, London, and Aberystwyth Arts Centre
4 –6 September 2013
This call for papers invites original submissions from postgrads or early careers researchers on the subject of ‘Death and Decay’ for the third edition of HARTS & Minds, an online postgraduate journal for students of the Humanities and Arts, which is due to be published online in Winter 2013-14See more details >
(proposed panel, AAS Meeting, Philadelphia, March 27-30, 2014)See more details >
The National Gallery is delighted to announce two new, fully-funded, PhD studentships, to start in October 2013, as part of the AHRC’s new Collaborative Doctoral Partnership Scheme. Both awards offer an exciting opportunity to undertake high quality historical research leading to a PhD with a leading university in the UK, combined with an exceptional opportunity to gain practical museum work experience within one of the world’s foremost art galleries. Please also note a third, shorter-term post, again to start in October 2013: Curatorial Assistant (UK Historic Houses Pilot Project)
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Patronage, Acquisition and Display: Contextualising the Art Collections of Longford Castle during the Long Eighteenth CenturySee more details >
Saturday 22 June, 2-4pm, FREE
Wilkins Roof Garden (via UCL front entrance on Gower Street), London WC1E 6BT.
Inspired by the ancient Egyptian rites that took place in the five spare days between each calendar year, all-women alternative choir Gaggle perform as the daughters of the sun god Ra.