- 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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One to see over Christmas vacation: Art Under Attack: Histories of British Iconoclasm at Tate Britain. By Lauren Dudley
For the last couple of years I’ve been part of an AHRC-funded Iconoclasms network, led by Leslie Brubaker and Richard Clay (University of Birmingham). Regular Golovine readers might remember my post about our last network meeting at the University of … Continue reading
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
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
On Saturday 28th September, the Barber Institute opened its doors to welcome a group of prospective undergraduate students to experience a taster day – ‘Art History at University and Beyond’ – to see what University of Birmingham’s department of History … Continue reading
We all know about the Barber, the MAC, the IKON and the BMAG, but Birmingham has many more art historical attractions than most students know about. The National Trust manages several historical attractions in and around the Birmingham area. Think … Continue reading
This year’s AAH Student Summer Symposium, on the theme of ‘Identity: Construction and Meaning’, will be held at Trinity College, University of Oxford, on 20-21 June. Keynote Speakers Professor Craig Clunas, History of Art, University of Oxford Identity On 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