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ADVOCACY

We use the power of storytelling to help people appreciate the importance of art history. Words, images, data and research all help us to help others understand why art history matters.

CARDS

For this year’s Annual Conference we created some cards about humanities, drawn from the glossary of the textbook Thinking About Art, written by Penny Huntsman and published by the Association for Art History and Wiley. The 10 cards include Collector. Critic, Dealer, Feminist, Flâneur, Gallerist, Marxist, Other, Patron and Socialist.   If you’d like to get […]

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ATLAS

Mapping art history across the UK

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EDUCATION

We support learner-centred approaches, both inside and outside of schools and universities.

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