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Thinking About Art: A Thematic Guide to Art History: an art history book specifically for teachers and students.See more details >
14 November 2015
British Museum, London
Ways of Seeing is an annual event for those teaching or studying History of Art or Art, at AS and A level. Once again, we have 100 FREE tickets available for teachers and students from the state maintained sector thanks to the generous support of The Worshipful Company of Arts Scholars. Click here for details.
Now fully booked but we can add you to the waiting list.
Discounted admission for education groups to ‘Revelations: Experiments in Photography’ at the Science Museum, London
Discover the influence of early scientific photography on modern and contemporary art in this new exhibition.See more details >
Art History from A level to University: A Study Day for Teachers
17 June, Oxford Brookes University
The AAH Schools Group have teamed up with Oxford Brookes History of Art Department on this study day for teachers. Designed to provide subject specific development and networking opportunities for teachers of A Level art history or art.See more details >
Friday 22 May 2015, The Open University, Milton Keynes, Berrill Lecture TheatreSee more details >
A series of talks by art-world representatives on art dealing, auctioneering, museum curatorship, art journalism, art law, and heritage managementSee more details >
We have just appointed Rose Aidin as the AAH’s new, and first, Education Officer. Rose will be responsible for supporting and promoting our art history in schools programme. Click here to find out more about the AAH and its staff.See more details >
Tate London Schools and Teachers team are inviting a group of 10–15 teachers to work with them, alongside artists, curators and educators, to form a collaborative community of shared practice.See more details >