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Fri 20 April 2012 10:30 – 17:30, Victoria and Albert Museum, LondonSee more details >
The Courtauld Institute are delighted to welcome Ann Hoenigswald to The Courtauld Institute of Art this summer as Research Forum Visiting ConservatorSee more details >
Devonshire Arts and Heritage DivisionSee more details >
Exhibition & events: 21 March – 5 May 2012
Rivington Place, London
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The AHRC-funded project, Think Tank: The Flash Journal is a collaborative e-journal aimed at engaging people from the East Midlands (aged 16+) with the themes and issues on display at Nottingham Contemporary; our creative partner for this year (2011-2012).See more details >
Guidelines for academics on how to propose, prepare, and organise an exhibition
By Heather Birchall, Amelia Yeates. Now available for purchase in hardcopy or PDF formats.
'Chinese Painting and Its Audiences', Craig Clunas, University of Oxford
Sundays, 2:00 pm
East Building Auditorium
national gallery of art, Fourth Street and Constitution Avenue nw, Washington
The Your Paintings Project
Your Paintings is a project to put the UK’s entire national collection of oil paintings on one website. It is a partnership project between the BBC, the Public Catalogue Foundation and 3,000 collections around the United Kingdom including museums, universities, civic collections, the Arts Council and the National Trust.