Introducing a new course for LRBS 2017, History of Colour Printing is taught by Dr Elizabeth Savage of the Institute of English Studies. This interdisciplinary, introductory course provides an overview of colour printing techniques in the West from manual techniques c.1400 through the development of chromolithography in the mid-1800s.See more details >
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The Study Day explores Chinese contemporary ink painting and in particular the paintings of the artist Liu Dan which are on display in the Ashmolean Museum until the 26 February. Topics covered include the materials Liu Dan uses and the signification of his calligraphic inscriptions.See more details >
Training opportunity - Navigating the Art Market course, fully-funded places available for museum professionals
Fully-funded places available on the Navigating the Art Market course in conjunction with Art Fund and Sotheby’s Institute of ArtSee more details >
A series of courses at the Whitechapel Gallery for professionals wanting to develop their career in the arts.See more details >
Study architecture, art, landscape, and preservation at our internationally acclaimed Summer Schools in Newport, Chicago, and London.See more details >
Described by participants as “life changing”, MRL is a year-long programme to develop future leaders for the cultural sector. Applications are now open for 2017-2018.
Led by Black Country Living Museum, as part of its ACE funded Major Partnership Museums programme, MRL is designed to help those working in the cultural sector to become resilient and entrepreneurial leaders.See more details >
This course, taking place at the British Library, will explore the practical application of the principles of project management in conservation and collections care. The participants will work on case studies, use tools and implement techniques that will help them to run small and mid-size projects efficiently.See more details >
29 October 2016
The Whitworth, University of Manchester
This year’s AAH Careers Day will be hosted by the University of Manchester in the newly refurbished Whitworth gallery. This event is aimed at recent graduates, undergraduates, sixth-form students and all those who are interested in pursuing a career in the increasingly competitive arts and heritage sector.
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This one-day course will provide an introduction to publishing in conservation, and it is aimed at conservators who would like to know more about writing up their work for publication.See more details >
The five-day course is being offered, upon invitation by the Courtauld Institute Law Society, by the Institute of Art & Law, a UK-based educational organisation that has been offering art law courses for twenty years. The course will focus on the legal issues related to the art world, as well as ethics.See more details >