ART HISTORY NEWS
Art History Matters is a network of organisations and professionals who support and encourage young people to engage with art history and visual culture. Our purpose is to encourage more young people (aged 11 to 24) to engage with art history and provide possibilities and resources to help them to do so.
Aims of this network:
Provide like-minded organisations and professionals with networking opportunities that advance the shared purpose.
Share best practice, useful research, information and specialist advice either through group presentations or bilaterally by email/phone.
Cross promote member organisations’ relevant activities using social media, websites or through in-person events.
Support the work of members in other ways, where appropriate and where possible.
From time to time add the voice of the network to national debates around relevant issues either with an Art History Matters voice; through one of the network’s members; or through collaborating with a large organisation outside the network.
Art History Abroad
Art History Abroad creates excellent courses about art, the love of culture and the appreciation of...Read more
Art History Link-Up
We want young people from diverse backgrounds to be inspired by Art History and to use it...Read more
Art UK is a cultural education charity on a mission to make the art in UK...Read more
Engage is the lead advocacy and training network for gallery education. Established in 1989 as the...Read more
SPoKE is an art historical, documentary film making competition designed to challenge students to link the...Read more
Art History in Schools
Art History in Schools (AHiS) is a charity that aims to increase the number of young...Read more
ARTiculation is The Roche Court Educational Trust’s national arts public speaking initiative for young people. ARTiculation...Read more
The mission of the new Colnaghi Foundation is to foster appreciation, enjoyment and study of pre-twentieth-century...Read more
Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art
The Paul Mellon Centre is an educational charity that champions new ways of understanding British art...Read more
The Arts Society
Founded in 1968, The Arts Society has approximately 90,000 members, belonging to 400 Societies worldwide, who...Read more
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Annual Public Lecture Women Collectors and Collecting Today
Wednesday 3 November 2021 | 5.30 - 7pm
Book online The Association’s 2021 Annual Public Lecture will take the form...
Orientating the arts educator within painful histories
November 3 2021
This is an online event hosted by Engage, the National Association for...
Call for Papers ESNA Conference 2022: Ways of Studying: Towards New Histories of Nineteenth-Century Art
19-20 May 2022
Call for Papers ESNA Conference 2022 Ways of Studying: Towards New Histories...
Free Young People’s Workshops with The Courtauld this Half Term
October 26 & 27 2021
Are you aged 16-18 and passionate about art, architecture, art history and...