We are delighted to announce the first recipient of the new AAH Internship AwardSee more details >
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The recent AAH2013 Annual Confenrence & Bookfair at the University of Reading went really well. We are hugely grateful to the organisers, speakers, delegates and helpers who contributed towards making this such a sucessful event.
The Association of Art Historians responds to HEFCE's Call for Advice on government mandates for open access publishing following the Finch Report.See more details >
As indicated in Bulletin 112, the AAH is planning to become an incorporated charity from 2014. Proposed new Articles of Association and Member Regulations are available for download here.See more details >
University of Reading, Reading
11 - 13 April 2013
The Student Summer Symposium is a two-day annual conference of post-graduate research papers which takes place at a different university each year in early Summer.See more details >
Filmmaker, artist and publisher John Christie will discuss with Gill Hedley his work and collaborations with the art historian, critic and writer John Berger to mark the 40th Anniversary of two of Berger's major works: the novel G and BBC TV series and book Ways of Seeing.Christie will also show a short film. The event is in assosciation with the Association of Art Historians (AAH) and the International Association of Art Critics (AICA)See more details >
Public lecture by Luke Syson.
28 August, 6 – 7.30pm, Scottish National Gallery, Edinburgh.
Free, but ticketed.See more details >