We are delighted to announce the first recipient of the new AAH Internship AwardSee more details >
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Liverpool Hope University, 12th June 2013.See more details >
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 >
If you are interested in getting involved with the Association of Art Historians, and are not currently in permanent academic employment, then the Freelance & Independents’ Committee would like to hear from you. We are recruiting energetic and motivated individuals who are interested in sharing their skills and expertise within a vibrant community of independent and freelance Art Historians.See more details >
University of Nottingham
November 24th 2012
Public lecture by Luke Syson.
28 August, 6 – 7.30pm, Scottish National Gallery, Edinburgh.
Free, but ticketed.See more details >
Public Invited to Tag Paintings to Help Build a National Online Catalogue
Your Paintings is the first project of its kind to create a complete online catalogue of every oil painting in the national collection, at www.bbc.co.uk/yourpaintings. The Public Catalogue Foundation (PCF), in partnership with the BBC, today announced that a further 21,000 oil paintings have been added to the Your Paintings website. This takes the total to 145,000 paintings on the site.
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Funded Project Report - ‘Research and Reveal’: A collaborative project between the University of Bristol and Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales
Funded by a bursary from AAHSee more details >
Northern Ireland Board withdrawing qualifications from EnglandSee more details >