University of Birmingham ranked second in the UK for History of Art by The Guardian.
Dr Elizabeth L'Estrange, Lecturer, and Head of the Department of Art History, Curating, and Visual Studies has recently received two publication subventions for her forthcoming monograph.
University of Birmingham Alumna, Chloe Church has been Awarded the 2020 Society of Biblical Literature - De Gruyter Prize in Biblical Studies.
The 2019 Barber Institute exhibition 'The Paper Museum', curated by students on our MA Art History and Curating programme, has been shortlisted for the UK Museum and Heritage Award for Best Partnership of the year.
As part of his Anglo-German research into the Globe cinema and theatre in Oldenburg, John Goodyear delivered a public talk as part of the nationwide Tag des Offenen Denkmals on the stage in Oldenburg's Globe.
The Department of Music were, this month, delighted to host a virtual celebration for graduating BMus and Joint Honours students.
Pianist Ceri Owen, the Department of Music's new Director of Performance, gave a debut recital at London's Wigmore Hall on 15 July 2019.
Considering your options once you graduate this summer? Here are five reasons why a Masters degree in History of Art may be your perfect next step.
The Department of Modern Languages has launched a new Practice-Based PhD programme in Translation Studies.
The annual University Music 'Summer Festival of Music' - the highlight of the summer for musicians at the University of Birmingham – was held 12-19 June. Videos of the performances are now available online.
"Sing Around The gloBe" brought together over 20 choirs from across the world to celebrate friendship and singing together in time of crisis.
Jez Collins (Birmingham Music Archive) and Professor Andrew Kirkman write about the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the performing arts for World Music Day