The Courtauld Institute of Art’s Summer University is for year 12 students.See more details >
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We are delighted to offer you a unique opportunity to attend the first Google Cultural Institute Salon at the Google London Office, on 26 March 2014 between 5pm and 7.30pm.See more details >
The AAH Treasurer outlines plans to invest our reserves and asks for members' opinions ahead of our Annual Meeting in April.See more details >
The AAH supports the ARTiculation Prize. A BBC documentary about this exciting project is currently available on BBC i-Player.See more details >
Villiers Park Educational Trust are looking for an Art Historian to speak to a group of 25 A-level Art students during a residential course on Wednesday12 March at 8.15pm.See more details >
Apply now for the Reprographic and Copyright Expenses Grant or the
Conference Attendance Grant. Application deadline: 1 March. Click here for details.
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The Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) invites you to the Fifth Biennial Art History Symposium, “Palimpsest: The Layered Object.” Feb. 28–March 1, 2014.See more details >
Registration now open to attend a one-day symposium on "Analogue Photography in the New Media Age" at the Photographic History Research Centre (PHRC), De Montfort University, Leicester (UK)
29 April 2014.
The National Portrait Gallery’s upcoming Study Day for Teachers and Gallery Educators in collaboration with the Imperial War Museum.See more details >
VIEW will explore the multiple facets of art history through debates, talks, film screenings, student presentations, exclusive museum tours and an art book fair. Whether you’re an amateur or an expert, a lover of classical art, Titian or Duchamp, join us for a weekend of looking at art in a different way.See more details >