Publications

We produce a number of different publications relevant to art history and visual culture

 

THINKING ABOUT ART: A THEMATIC GUIDE TO ART HISTORY
Published 2015

Thinking About Art is the first A level Art History textbook to be produced specifically for teachers and students, as well as a wider audience. It’s written by experienced teacher, Penny Huntsman.

Thinking About Art explores influential works of art and architecture through specific themes, rather than through chronology. The book is based on the current AQA A level syllabus, but is designed to appeal more broadly to those with a general interest in art, and those teaching or studying other A level subjects, such as Art, English or History, where aspects of art history are relevant. It provides a wealth of formal and contextual analysis, including suggested exercises and further reading.

Thinking About Art is published in partnership with Wiley.
Paperback: £24.99
Hardback: £60.00

Order your copy online


CAREERS IN ART HISTORY
Fourth Edition, Published 2013

When embarking on the competitive arts job market it pays to be well-informed. This book aims to guide you through the options available – whether you are a prospective undergraduate student of Art History wondering where the degree could take you, or a professional looking to develop your existing art history career or move into the field.

In this edition we have grouped jobs by theme to show the range of careers available within certain sectors and how they interconnect. We have also included more potential careers, including less obvious roles such as advertising, heritage tourism and museum retail, and reflected the changing job market with an extended entry on freelance work. There are also new sections with practical information on marketing yourself, writing CVs and finding funding. The further information sections accompanying each entry have also been updated.

Hard copy £9.50

Pay-for-download PDF £5.99


BULLETIN

Bulletin is the AAH members’ newsletter which is published three times a year. All members receive a copy of the newsletter. You can look at back issues of the Bulletin since 1975 online  – Bulletin archive will be online soon.