Our Annual Conference for art history and visual culture takes place over 3 days throughout the UK. It brings together current research and critical debate about art, art history and visual culture. The conference is an opportunity to keep up to date with emerging research, hear leading keynotes, broaden your networks and exchange ideas. It attracts around 500 delegates, speakers and publishers each year. Members get reduced conference rates
Annual Conference 2018
5 – 7 April 2018
Courtauld Institute of Art and King’s College London
The 2018 Annual Conference will host sessions that respond to the idea of ‘looking outwards’. It will engage with art history and visual culture in the broadest sense, and incorporate a wide range of papers and perspectives. You can view and download the 2018_sessions (pdf).
Find out more about the 2018 Annual Conference and Bookfair
The deadline for paper proposals has now passed. Papers and speakers will appear online in December
Annual Conference 2019
4-6 April 2019
University of Brighton
Call for Sessions – coming soon
Annual Conference 2020
Newcastle University and Northumbria University
Academic Session listings from previous conferences will be online soon. You will also be able to explore the online conference programme archive which comprises of pdfs of programmes and session abstracts from 1975 – 2013, and session listings from 2014 onwards. These will be available online soon.
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