Promoting the professional practice and public understanding of art history
Art History in the Pub'Gamekeepers or poachers? Barry Flanagan’s rural turn'AAH News and Events
27 April 7.30pm
This talk by Jo Melvin will illuminate Barry Flanagan’s sculptural processes and preoccupation with the hare. Whilst many creatures are part of his iconography the hare remains the most emblematic of his practice. Jo Melvin will explore why this may be so, beginning with folklore and oral histories.
FREE event, all welcome.Click here for details.
Call for Sessions 2016AAH2016 Annual Conference, 7-9 April, EdinburghAAH News and Events
Proposal deadline: 20 April 2015
AAH2016 will take place at the University of Edinburgh, It will highlight the diversity, scope and importance of art-historical research and its application today.
We invite academic session proposals that engage with current scholarship, on any aspect of the visual arts, from pre-history to the present day. AAH2016 is keen to explore ‘live’ issues such as: nationality; art as history, theory, or practice; and art history's audiences (who is art history for?)
Museums & Exhibitions GrantAAH News and Events
Application deadline 1 May
We offer grants of up to £5000 for individual and collaborative research-led projects with museums, galleries and arts organisations.
Projects must involve original academic research towards an event, publication, exhibition or display.
Click here for details, guidelines and application form.