- One to see over Christmas vacation: Art Under Attack: Histories of British Iconoclasm at Tate Britain. By Lauren Dudley
- Curating Art History – Call for Papers
- Undergraduates Emily Martin and Callum Davidson chat to David Hemsoll about his new book. . .and a few other things.
- The Art History careers afternoon by Holly Wain
- Second year student Maysie Chandler turns her hand to costume designing for an upcoming University production . . .
- Check out the video of our Speed Workshop ! @barberassoc @barberinstitute youtube.com/watch?v=rrjS9s… fb.me/6CB4apukC 14 hours ago
- EMREM - the medieval and early modern postgrad forum - is celebrating the end of term! fb.me/6zaYArevP 3 days ago
- *NEW* over at The Golovine: One to see over the Christmas vacation and for a discounted price(!): Art Under... fb.me/S44zSZ74 3 days ago
- There is still time to submit proposals for papers to this academic year's Department of Art History, Film and... fb.me/6mEh8KYum 6 days ago
- Wow, we just discovered one of our own librarians is also a writer! One for the Christmas list... fb.me/RUQW5n4Y 1 week ago
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Monthly Archives: February 2013
Excitement is pervading the air, the annual elections are underway! Students are scrabbling for positions of power, bright eye-catching signs litter the campus, promising change and new water fountains.
This Thursday 21 February, the department of Art History, Film and Visual Studies welcomes Dr Shulamith Behr, Honorary Research Fellow at the Courtauld Institute of Art, who presents her paper, Between Authenticity and the Multiple: Käthe Kollwitz, graphic dissemination and … Continue reading
Reblogged from Jahsonic's Macroblog:[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=scNxBy5cZ98&w=640&h=390] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=scNxBy5cZ98 The Seven Deadly Sins (2011) is a video animation by Belgian artist Antoine Roegiers based on The Seven Deadly Sins or the Seven Vices by Pieter Bruegel the Elder. Bruegel is the best-known Bosch follower … Continue reading
George Catlin’s European Adventure – Take Two! Joint Honours Student Sophie Edwards on working with the National Portrait Gallery on a forthcoming exhibition
When I first received an email last September from Dr Sadiah Qureshi of the History department at the University of Birmingham, explaining that paintings by George Catlin (1796-1872), were returning to England to be exhibited for the first time since … Continue reading
Heading to the Barber Institute on my first day as a Collections and Exhibitions Intern I was certainly excited but also apprehensive. Trying to be realistic, I was sure that I would spend a great deal of time photocopying, making … Continue reading
Come and support one of our own at this Thursday’s Art History Research Seminar! Carly Hegenbarth (2nd Year, PhD) will be presenting her paper, Civil Liberty and the Irish Poor: the Visual Cultures of Catholic Emancipation 1828-9. Come along and … Continue reading
A private view of HM the Queen’s Northern Renaissance jewels at Buckingham Palace?… Maybe not, but a good exhibition anyway. By Max Milward
On Saturday 12th January 2013, thirteen History of Art undergraduates, two post-graduates and their lecturer (you can see some of us in the picture below!), left Birmingham for the capital to see The Northern Renaissance: Dürer to Holbein, an exhibition … Continue reading