Promoting the professional practice and public understanding of art history
AAH2015 Annual ConferenceAAH News and Events
SCVA, University of East Anglia, Norwich
9 - 11 April 2015
Keynotes speakers: Craig Clunas and Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev
AAH2015 will highlight the breadth, diversity and vitality of art-historical scholarship today. The conference will take place at the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, where it will reflect the commitment to geographical and historical inclusivity, and to collaborative and cross-disciplinary scholarship. Click here for details.
Art Historians & Arts ProfessionalsNew Online DirectoryAAH News and Events
Art Historians & Arts Professionals is our online directory. It's for AAH members to profile their skills and expertise, and it's accessible to anyone seeking expert on art and art history. This resourse is free to join and to use. Any AAH member can opt to be included. Click here for details.
Call for SessionsAAH2016 Annual Conference, 7-9 April, EdinburghAAH News and Events
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 will highlight ‘live’ issues of: nationality – its conflicts and contradictions, art as history, as theory, and as practice, audiences for art history – in terms of participation, education, perceptions and stereotypes.
Session proposal deadline: 20 April 2015