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INNOVATIVE TEACHER RESIDENTIAL PROGRAMME AWARDED PAUL MELLON CENTRE FUNDING

We are delighted to announce the support of the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art for the next three years of the Plan, Prepare, Provide teacher residential course.

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How to Write About Art

If you missed our first, live online event about 'How to Write About Art' with art critic Tabish Khan, the recording is now available to view on youtube.

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UKRI Open Access Response and Resources

The Association for Art History has been fully engaged in the consideration of and response to the newly-proposed UKRI Open Access policy. We have represented the interests of art historians at meetings with UKRI policy makers and leaders and have consulted with stakeholders, particularly about securing permissions to reproduce images from third-party rights holders. This […]

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Free online access to Engage Journal: ‘Biennials and Beyond’

Engage, the National Association for Gallery Education, is pleased to announce the publication of Issue 44 of the Engage Journal, Engage 44: Biennials and beyond. 

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Winner of 2019 Undergraduate Dissertation Prize

We are delighted to announce that Giorgia Maria Maffioli Brigatti (University of Cambridge) is the winner of the Association for Art History's 2019 Undergraduate Dissertation Prize for her essay, 'Revolutions through the eyes of Shirin Neshat'. 

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DACS launches Zero-Rate Tariff for Images for Academic Journals

DACS launches a zero-rate tariff for images to be published in academic journals, which will become available from 2 April 2020. 

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Association for Art History Office moves to remote working

The Association for Art History has now moved to remote working until further notice.

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DECOLONIZING ART HISTORY

The February 2020 issue of our journal 'Art History' sees the publication of a major new intervention, ‘Decolonizing Art History’.

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Our History

Since 1974 the Association for Art History has championed art history, visual culture and all those...

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Insight articles

Remembering Moira Roth ‘a truly maverick feminist art historian’

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‘Breaking the Mould: Sculpture by Women since 1945’

Watch online This informal online talk took...

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

*Watch Online* If you missed the ‘Theatre,...

whose art history?

Back in 2018 we were fortunate to...