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New Discoveries Film Series | Paul Mellon Centre

A fascinating new film series, commissioned to be released in time for the Paul Mellon Centre’s autumn round of funding opportunities, reveals hidden stories, fascinating objects and lost narratives. Since 1970 the Paul Mellon Centre has funded research into British... Read More...

Remembering Moira Roth ‘a truly maverick feminist art historian’

Moira Roth In Memoriam Moira Roth (born Shannon), who died peacefully at the age of 87 on June 14, 2021, was a truly maverick feminist art historian and extraordinary human being who enriched the lives of every scholar, student, and... Read More...

‘Breaking the Mould: Sculpture by Women since 1945’

Watch online This informal online talk took place in April 2021 as part of the Association For Art History’s Annual Conference Fringe programme. It focuses on the Arts Council Collection touring exhibition, 'Breaking the Mould: Sculpture by Women since 1945'... Read More...

Watch Online | Theatre, Art & Visual Culture in 19th Century

*Watch Online* If you missed the ‘Theatre, Art & Visual Culture in 19th Century’ session at our recent #forarthistory2021 Annual Conference you can now watch all 6 papers online thanks to session convenor Patricia Smyth who has made the full... Read More...

whose art history?

Back in 2018 we were fortunate to host a brilliant Annual Conference keynote with artist and researcher Sonia Boyce, in conversation with our journal editor, Dorothy Price. In this 40 minute talk Sonia reflects on her practice, research and teaching... Read More...

2020 Art History Insights

Each month we publish ART HISTORY INSIGHTS, which is a free e-newsletter that brings together selected articles of interest and opinions from the world of art history and visual culture. Each issue usually focuses insights around a specific theme or... Read More...

CAREERS DAY TAKE AWAYS

ASSOCIATION FOR ART HISTORY CAREERS DAY FOR ARTS, CULTURE, HERITAGE 6.12.18 Glasgow downloadable pdf version Here are some take-away points from our recent Careers Day for undergraduate, post-grad, doctoral and early career researchers. At this event selected speakers, in different... Read More...

Teaching art history in schools today

We talk a lot about getting more young people into museums, into cultural spaces and into a greater understanding of both their own and others’ identities. Yet, simultaneously, we are witnessing the biggest cuts in secondary school funding in generations,... Read More...

Summer Symposium Highlights

Two days of sunshine and sculpture greeted delegates of this year's annual Summer Symposium (Re-)Forming Sculpture which returned to West Yorkshire for the first time since 2010. The two-day conference for current doctoral and early career research took place at The Hepworth... Read More...

DADA DATA | Contemporary art practice in the era of post-truth politics

DADA DATA, Contemporary art practice in the era of post-truth politics was a session that took place at our 2018 Annual Conference in London. Session Convenors, SARAH HEGENBART and MARA-JOHANNA KÖLMEL summarise the research areas and discussions that were explored in this session.... Read More...

Art history in LA

With 300 ninety-minute scholarly sessions, rigorous panel discussions, discipline-specific workshops, and excellent special events and exhibitions, and between 3,500 and 4,000 delegates in attendance over four days from 21 to 24 February, CAA 2018 was, as always, an epic affair.... Read More...

Art history and me

Suzy Lishman is a pathologist and trustee of the Association for Art History. She reflects upon her previous studies in art history alongside her medical career and research. Suzy Lishman CBE is a consultant pathologist with an interest in colorectal... Read More...

We are for art history

Six months on from the official rebrand, new website and transition to Association for Art History, and the impact has been really positive. More people are visiting the website, following us on social media and signing up for our digital... Read More...

ARTiculation Insight

Benji Kandler took part in ARTiculation at the start of 2017 when he attended Graveney School. ARTiculation is part of The Roche Court Educational Trust, an independent arts education charity. ARTiculation is a national initiative which provides a platform for... Read More...

Art history and me

Marine Tanguy, CEO at MTArt Agency talks to the Association for Art History about what art history means to her and why she feels it is imperative that it should be taught in schools. | Marine Tanguy has been working... Read More...

Ten years of ‘Ways of Seeing’

In 2017 we celebrated the 10th Anniversary of ‘Ways of Seeing’, our annual conference for A Level students and teachers which is focused on seeing and thinking differently about art and art history. It is a unique event that supports... Read More...

SPoKE | Art history beyond the page

| In advance of the January submission deadline for SPoKE 2018, Founder Tom Parson discusses how the idea of getting his students to create short films on their chosen piece of art has gone from strength to strength. | SPoKE,... Read More...

Making Connections

[sub_heading] Plan, Prepare, Provide [/sub_heading] This summer we worked with colleagues from the University of Leeds to develop a ground-breaking residential course for art teachers to engage with art history. The Plan + Prepare + Provide art teachers residential at... Read More...

The physician’s folding almanac: a misnomer of the medievalist?

Here is an extract from the winning entry of the Association for Art History's Undergraduate Dissertation Prize 2016, by Amy Moore, University of York. In November 2013, the Wellcome Library acquired a small folding manuscript, MS 8932. Previously unknown to scholars,... Read More...

Home, exile and the politics of belonging

Artists and speakers from across the world explored the experiences of exile and belonging in relation to art in this session, 'Home, exile and the politics of belonging', at the Association’s 2017 Annual Conference. Here's a snapshot of this session.... Read More...
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