- 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 . . .
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- 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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Every year in the Summer semester, the Department of Art History, Film and Visual Studies puts on a colloquium in conjunction with the Journal of Art Historiography, which is affiliated with the Department. This year’s colloquium, which is taking place on the … Continue reading
Undergraduates Emily Martin and Callum Davidson chat to David Hemsoll about his new book. . .and a few other things.
Talking to David Hemsoll about his new book, The Paper Museum of Cassiano dal Pozzo, Renaissance and Later Architecture and Ornament, it is impossible not to be caught up by his enthusiasm. His love of Renaissance architecture is infectious and … Continue reading
Last Wednesday, the 20th November, saw the History of Art careers afternoon. Current students like myself were invited to listen to a series of talks from UoB Art History alumni. These were Edwina Mileham, who now works at the Wallace … Continue reading
Second year student Maysie Chandler turns her hand to costume designing for an upcoming University production . . .
GMTG Musical Theatre society next week will perform a brand new version of Spring Awakening, a musical based upon Frank Wedekind’s original 1891 play. The play explores the development of sexuality and the transition between childhood and adulthood within a … Continue reading
The RBSA is Birmingham’s oldest artist-led group and the only artist-led group in Birmingham that owns its own gallery and has a permanent venue for its activities. Located just off the only surviving Georgian square in Birmingham, St Paul’s Square, … Continue reading
Mixing Things Up – Polly Adams-Felton and Caroline Hetherington on what the new Barber Association has to offer
This academic year, term kicked off with a programme of events by hosted the newly-formed Barber Association, created specifically to strengthen links between the Institute and students in Art History and Music through social and cultural events. We inaugurated the … Continue reading
Elizabeth I, her People…and a Guinea Pig: MA graduate Oliver McCall on his recent Curatorial Internship at the National Portrait Gallery
When it came to the end of my MA in Art History last September I was struck by that all-too-familiar feeling of uncertainty. The looming question: ‘what now?’. After spending some time working on a PhD proposal whilst also feverishly … Continue reading
As part of ‘Artist Rooms’, a participation with Arts Council England and the Art Fund, the contemporary art of Ron Mueck has been made available to Wolverhampton Art Gallery (you can read a previous blog post about Artist Rooms here). This … Continue reading
Controversies surrounding artworks and the art market are many and take on many forms. In a special event taking place this Thursday (24th) at The Barber Institute, organised in conjunction with NADFAS (the National Association of Decorative and Fine Art Societies), one particular controversy … Continue reading