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Statue campaign 'to define Birmingham'

Statue campaign 'to define Birmingham'
Description
Professor Matthew Rampley was interview by Satnam Rana (BBC Midlands Today) on the role of public art and in particular how public art can benefit Birmingham.
Date:
16/05/2013

Katie Hall (MA History of Art, 2009)

Description
Alumna Katie Hall describes her experiences of studying MA History of Art.
Date:
29/04/2013

Neil Ker Memorial Fund

Neil Ker Memorial Fund
Description
Elizabeth L'Estrange has been awarded a grant to pursue her research project, Anne de Graville (c.1490-c.1540) and her Library.
Date:
26/04/2013

The Art of Clay exhibition

Description
Four undergraduate history of art students, as part of the RBSA Young Curators' project, have worked with ceramics specialist David Whiting to curate The Art of Clay exhibition.
Date:
25/03/2013

Telling Our Story: Digbeth Speaks

Description
The Friends of Birmingham Archives and Heritage is one of the first groups in the UK to receive a Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) All Our Stories grant.
Date:
18/03/2013

Voluntary work for the National Trust

Description
Postgraduate student Hannah Squire discusses her experience volunteering for the National Trust.
Date:
13/03/2013

Regional Curatorship

Description
Professor Matthew Rampley presents 'the European Position' at the Institute of Advanced Studies' workshop 'Regional Curatorship: Does University Research Partnership Replace Regional Fine and Decorative Art Curatorship?'.
Date:
26/02/2013

Student news in Art History, Film and Visual Studies

Description
Read about some of the things our students and alumni have been up to over on our official blog, The Golovine!
Date:
06/02/2013

'Screening European Heritage: History on Film', a funded collaboration with the Centre for World Cinemas, Leeds

Description
In an early indication of the successes to be achieved by close collaboration between B-Film and The Centre for World Cinemas at Leeds University, the AHRC has awarded £39,805 to the research centres under its Care for the Future Exploratory Awards 2012.
Date:
30/01/2013

Art and sexuality

Description
Dr Elizabeth L'Estrange is giving a paper as part of the University of Cambridge's Graduate Research Seminars in History of Art.
Date:
11/01/2013
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