- 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
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- Coming to the Speed Workshop? See you there at 3pm! 4 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 5 days ago
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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
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
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
A fantastic six months as a U0B Cultural Intern at Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery, by Lauren Dudley
The University of Birmingham has pioneered a fantastic scheme with local cultural partners, which offers Birmingham graduates the chance to apply for paid internships at partner institutions. Last summer I was absolutely thrilled to find out that I had been … Continue reading
It may be the end of August but things are hotting up already for the autumn term! Here at The Golovine we’ve put together an overview of some of the exciting things being organised in and around the department of … Continue reading
Mortar boards weren’t the only thing to leave the ground: Celebrating success (and lifting-up a lecturer!) with the Class of 2013
It was smiles all round last Friday when staff, proud families and friends gathered to celebrate as our undergraduates, and a handful of postgrads, had their art history (with various combinations) degrees conferred on them! To share the joy, we’ve … Continue reading
I have just completed my first year studying History of Art here in Birmingham. I was surprised how quickly I befriended my course-mates, acquired skills relevant to my degree, and became comfortable both on this attractive campus and in the … Continue reading
Can I do it all over again, please? Stephanie O’Neill-Winbow reflects on her time as the Barber’s Learning and Access intern…
Four years ago, having moved from Muscat, Oman, to Birmingham to study History of Art, I was just a little bit lost. Like most students starting university, I was moving away from home to a place where I didn’t know … Continue reading
When I found out that I was nominated for student exchange in the UK, I was ecstatic. As an art historian studying at McGill University in Montreal, I believe there is nothing more exciting than studying an artefact in its … Continue reading