Millard Meiss Award for Dorothy Rowe's 'After Dada'14 December 2012Dr Dorothy Rowe's forthcoming book After Dada: Marta Hegemann and the Cologne Avant-Garde has been awarded a prestigious College Art Association of America Millard Meiss Publication grant.
Graduate student launches Russian Art Week28 November 2012Graduate student launches Russian Art Week Theodora Clarke, a PhD student in History of Art, has launched the first Russian Art Week (22-28 November), a major new project in London that aims to bring together the commercial and academic art worlds.
MA Student wins international travel grant31 August 2012History of Art MA student Natalie Pace has won a prestigious international travel grant to attend CIMAM´S 2012 ANNUAL CONFERENCE 'Museums Beyond the Crises.'
PhD studentship: 'The art of football'13 July 2012PhD studentship, 'the art of football'. The History of Art dept at the University of Bristol invites applications for an AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Award with the National Football Musuem and the International Football Institute.
Imagining celebrity26 June 2012A team of researchers led by Dr Dorothy Rowe (History of Art) has been awarded £3874.00 from the Faculty of Arts Research Committee to scope the the University of Bristol's Theatre and Library Special Collections during summer 2012 in preparation for a large grant application in the Autumn on the theme of 'Imagining Celebrity.'
Art historian on BBC Radio Bristol18 June 2012Dr Mike O'Mahony of the Department of History of Art will be interviewed on BBC Radio Bristol's Sunday show this weekend about his new book Olympic Visions.
History of Art student gets curator post15 June 2012History of Art student Rachel Flynn has been appointed Assistant Curator of Historic Art for 12 months at Amgueddfa Cymru - National Museum of Wales.
New book puts Olympics in the picture14 May 2012The first-ever book to offer an in-depth analysis of images and objects relating to the greatest sports show on earth is published this month by an art historian at the University of Bristol. Olympic Visions by Dr Mike O’Mahony examines a fascinating array of visual materials that have been made to advertise, celebrate or commemorate the Games, ranging from paintings, drawings and sculptures to documentary film and photographs, posters, mascots and medals.