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2023
06
November
2023
| 10:21 Europe/London
Art History’s Edward Wouk, together with Professors Sasha Handley and Stefan Hanß, both of History, have co-curated the landmark exhibition Albrecht Dürer’s material world at the Whitworth (30 June 2023-10 March 2024), together Whitworth Curator (His...
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2022
12
December
2022
| 16:49 Europe/London
Details of each publication can be found via the links below, from ground-breaking critiques to inspiring artbooks. Dr Charlie Miller | Radical Picasso: The Use Value of Genius Dr Claire Reddleman | Pennine Street Dr Colin Trodd | Ford Madox Brown: T...
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04
January
2022
| 09:56 Europe/London
Niels Weijenberg has been awarded funding from the Turing Scheme for a placement at the Allard Pierson Museum, the Special Collections of the Amsterdam University Library.Since September 2021, Niels is PhD student in Art History and Visual Studies at...
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04
January
2022
| 09:49 Europe/London
We are delighted to announce that Molly Lewis, Art History student at the University of Manchester is the winner of the Association for Art History’s 2021 Undergraduate Dissertation Prize for the essay, ‘Sinful, Sexual, Sacred: Locating a Thirteenth ...
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2021
16
November
2021
| 10:27 Europe/London
How does the arts respond to traumatic events?What kinds of social care and solace can artworks and the culture institutions that commission and exhibit them offer?And how have artists and arts workers found their own pathways for respite and recover...
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20
January
2021
| 20:10 Europe/London
Department of Art History and Cultural Practices Research SeminarsAll seminars are pre-recorded and will be available on The University of Manchester Portal. Times listed below refer to online live Q&As.Follow the UoM Art History Instagram or Twitter...
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14
January
2021
| 16:13 Europe/London
Due to popular demand, the deadline for entries for The University of Manchester Making a Difference Awards has been extended.The new closing date is midnight on 24 January 2021. It is hoped the extension will help anyone struggling to meet the deadl...
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04
January
2021
| 10:11 Europe/London
Welcome to the Art History Department ‘Decolonising Art History’ newsletter 2020-21.The 'Decolonising Art History' series forms part of a broader and collective effort by the department to reassess established conceptions of the discipline of art his...
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2020
30
November
2020
| 13:18 Europe/London
3D scanning technology is being used to bring some of Manchester’s most celebrated cultural sites to all.The School of Arts Languages and Cultures, The Institute for Cultural Practices, Creative Manchester and Digital Futures have launched an excitin...
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20
May
2020
| 11:38 Europe/London
The Institute for Cultural Practices (ICP) at The University of Manchester’s School of Arts, Languages and Cultures has recently launched its new magazine, Cultural Practice. The new magazine features critical reflective pieces in arts management,...
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12
May
2020
| 10:43 Europe/London
The article can be viewed online here. Casaburi’s article ‘A Study of Hogarth’s “Industry and Idleness”: Between Pure Simplicity and Moral Ambiguity’ is her first publication. In the article, she examines Hogarth’s series exploring his composition...
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04
May
2020
| 15:19 Europe/London
We are pleased to announce that art history student Rachel Hughes was awarded the runner-up prize in the 2019 Association for Art History's competition. The title of Rachel's dissertation is 'CUT, PAST, INTERROGATE: Collage as an interventional...
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07
February
2020
| 08:58 Europe/London
The next generation of arts managers can develop their skills on a new short course offered by the Creative Manchester Summer Schools. Running from 6-15 July 2020, the Creative Producing Summer School offers students a chance to work with cultural...
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2019
10
December
2019
| 16:00 Europe/London
Blue Mythologies, the latest book by Professor of Visual Arts at The University of Manchester’s Department of Art History Carol Mavor, has been celebrated as ‘richly eclectic’ by the Guardian’s PD Smith. The book covers the history of art, photogr...
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05
December
2019
| 10:49 Europe/London
The evolution of medical practice through innovation and the development of new materials is explored in a pop-up exhibition produced by students from the University of Manchester’s MA Art Gallery & Museum Studies course. Instrumental Change featu...
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07
November
2019
| 12:33 Europe/London
Creatives will be joining the discussion on issues affecting the burgeoning city of Manchester as part of a special weekend-long event. Contemporary theatre company Quarantine (Wallflower; Summer.), is bringing people together from all sides of th...
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2018
20
February
2018
| 16:10 Europe/London
At the CAA's 106th Annual Conference Dr Luke Skrebowski will be chairing a session on “Art and Fiction since the 60s”. Our PhD student Alice Butler will also be speaking, delivering her paper "Kathy Acker’s 'Close-conceptual-writing'. This session...
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09
February
2018
| 15:54 Europe/London
Art History has been hugely saddened by news of Professor Suzanne Butters, who has died after a period of illness at a hospital close to her home in Didsbury. This news will also reverberate, and shock many people, among wide academic circles in Ital...
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08
February
2018
| 16:16 Europe/London
Professor T J Clark gave a masterclass on Picasso's attitudes to women, and also a lecture entitled: '"I have said to the Worm": Hazlitt on Turner and Blake'. T. J. Clark is one of the most influential art historians of the past 50 years, whose wo...
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08
February
2018
| 15:45 Europe/London
Professor Carol Mavor’s 'deliriously lovely' new book (Emma Wilson, University of Cambridge), Aurelia: Art and Literature through the Mouth of the Fairy Tale, has been published to critical acclaim. It has been described by Hayden White (Professor...
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08
February
2018
| 15:38 Europe/London
Recently, Dr Charlie Miller appeared on BBC Radio 4’s 'The Forum: Picasso: Artist of Reinvention', one of the most influential artists of the 20th Century, who changed our way of seeing with his radical innovation and revolutionary approach. Dr Mi...
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08
February
2018
| 15:27 Europe/London
Dr Luke Uglow gave a lecture on a short course 'Connoisseurship: who painted what, when and how to tell', organised by art historian and dealer Dr Bendor Grosvenor, presenter of BBC Four’s 'Britain's Lost Masterpieces'. The course was an intensiv...
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08
February
2018
| 11:28 Europe/London
Held at Watts Gallery, Artists’ Village in Compton, near Guildford, in October 2017, Dr Colin Trodd worked with the British Art Network and delivered his seminar on 'Artists as Reformers in Britain c.1850-1914'. The event explored how Watts and ot...
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