- 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 . . .
- Reconstructing the Hammer beams of Westminster Hall, or Carpentry as Art?!?! Whadaya… Crazy? PhD Student Robert Beech on the practical aspects of his research
- There is still time to submit proposals for papers to this academic year's Department of Art History, Film and... fb.me/6mEh8KYum 10 hours ago
- Wow, we just discovered one of our own librarians is also a writer! One for the Christmas list... fb.me/RUQW5n4Y 1 day ago
- Wow, we didn't know we had a writer in one our own librarians! Something for the Christmas list... fb.me/T1C47kII 1 day ago
- Coming to the Speed Workshop? See you there at 3pm! 2 days ago
- *New* on the Golovine - Emily and Callum's interview with David about his new book! There is also some advice for... fb.me/2HXmaNnSn 3 days ago
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Monthly Archives: March 2013
A review of the talk given by Dr Kate Ince on the architect of the Barber Institute as part of the Arts and Science Festival from UoB’s Blogfest… Robert Atkinson, Architect of Cinemas @ UoB Arts and Science Festival.
This Thursday, 21 March, the department welcomes Professor Frederic Schwartz from UCL, who will give a paper at our last Research Seminar of the 2012-13 academic year. Professor Schwartz’s paper is entitled: Danger and Disenchantment: Thoughts on Narrative and Neue … Continue reading
We’re all very excited on campus today: the University’s Arts and Science Festival has begun! Throughout the week there are lots of interesting events lined up for staff, students and the public to enjoy. Find out more by browsing the … Continue reading
I wanted, in this post, to explain the voluntary work I have undertaken over the last three years at Wightwick Manor, a National Trust property, initially built in 1887 (extended in 1893) by Theodore Mander, a Wolverhampton paint and varnish … Continue reading
This Thursday, 7 March, the Art History, Film and Visual Studies department welcomes Dr Kitty Zijlmans from Leiden University who will give her paper, Knight’s Move. What can be the contribution of artistic research to World Art Studies? Come along … Continue reading
In this brief summary of my two years since graduation, I hope I can provide an overview of my experiences of working in museums and galleries to date. After graduating from Art History and spending six months firstly teaching in … Continue reading