Launch of 'The Two Cultures' report from the New Schools Network (NSN)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 >
A series of courses at the Whitechapel Gallery for professionals wanting to develop their career in the arts.See more details >
John Cabot University will inaugurate its new Master of Arts in Art History in the Fall semester 2017. Accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, the degree is the first US-accredited MA in the history of art based entirely in Rome.See more details >
Friday 25 November, Courtauld Institute of Art, 6 - 7.30pm, FREE
Prompted by recent events surrounding the History of Art A Level, a panel will discuss the causes, consequences and clamour surrounding the announcement how we got to where we are, what action should be taken to move things forward. More details
History of Art Sixth Form Study Day: 'Portraiture', Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, Thursday 3rd November 2016
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Edited by Leon Wainwright (Open University) and Kitty Zijlmans (Leiden University), issue 5 of the Open Arts Journal brings together contributions from academics, artists, curators and policymakers from the English- and Dutch-speaking Caribbean and their diasporas, to explore the theme 'Sustainable Art Communities: Creativity and Policy in the Transnational Caribbean'.See more details >
Our advocacy work covers a range of areas including education, policy and partnerships. It builds on 4 decades of initiatives helping to shape and secure the future of the discipline and reach out to new audiences.See more details >
In November 1966 Florence was inundated by a disastrous flood which caused devastation to its monuments, museums and libraries. To mark the half-century since the disaster the British Institute of Florence has organised short courses which set 1966 in the context of how Arno floods have shaped the city’s history.See more details >
Widening Participation Opportunity for Year 12 Students, UCL and The Wallace Collection Taster Day 28 June 2016.See more details >