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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 >
20th Century Art & Design Movements - free talk for Secondary School students, Victoria and Albert Museum, London
Free talk on 20th Century Art & Design Movements, suitable for GCSE, AS & A Level, 17 October 2014, Victoria and Albert Museum, London
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History of Art Taster Day to be held at Latymer Upper School, King Street, London, W6 9LR, Wednesday 24th September 2014 from 2-6pmSee more details >
Art History Teaching Resources (AHTR) is a peer-populated platform for art history teachers. If your material is selected for sharing, you may qualify for a small foundation grant.See more details >
On Sunay 20th September the Barber Institute of Fine Arts, Birmingham, will be running a History of Art Taster Day for Year 12 and Year 13 students who are considering taking the subject at university.See more details >
The charity Cultural Co-operation currently accepts applications for their bursary-supported heritage skills training programme, Strengthening Our Common Life (SOCL).See more details >
We make our voice heard regarding Young People and the Arts, calling for wider access to arts education and the right to cultural capital for all of Britain's young people.See more details >
A free family event in Cambridge on 24 May, exploring the connections between Islamic Art and William Morris patterns.See more details >