Offer Holders

Welcome Letter

Dear Offer Holder,

We wanted to take this opportunity to write to you and offer our congratulations on receiving an offer for our History of Art programme: we are a competitive programme, so your offer is a real achievement. We are delighted that you have chosen to accept our offer. 

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Click here to read the full welcome letter: welcome letter HART 2020 (PDF, 321kB).


Further Resources

The major UK art history journal is Art History, edited by our own Professor Dorothy Price. See especially:

Decolonizing Art History(January 2020),a major intervention in which thirty art historians, artists, critics and curators respond to a questionnaire on current concerns and future priorities for the discipline.

Art History at the Barricades, Editorial (2019)

Editorial (2018)

 

You may be interested in some of the other projects staff have been working on:

Fabienne Verdier: Vortex, a forthcoming exhibition to which Prof Simon Shaw-Miller is contributing

Theatres of War: Experimental Performance in London, 1914-1918 and Beyond, curated by Dr Grace Brockington for British Art Studies: virtual exhibition

Vanessa Bell’s Abstract Painting, c. 1914, by Dr Grace Brockington:  In Focus | Tate

 

You might like to see what History of Art students have been doing recently:

History of Art Department Student Curatorial Projects @BristolCurating

Bristol University History of Art Society @bristolhartsoc

Locked-Down Art: blog set up and written by 4 first-year students

 

You might like to explore the following virtual tours:

Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles  virtual tour

The Vatican Museum, Rome: virtual tour,

The Guggenheim, Bilbao: The interactive tour

Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam: interactive tour

The National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, South Korea: The virtual tours  

Musée du Louvre: virtual tours

Musée d’Orsay, Paris: virtual tour 

Museu de Arte de São Paulo: virtual gallery platform   

The National Gallery in London: 360-view virtual touring pages   

 

Other sites you should look at:

The National Museum of African American History and Culture 

https://nmaahc.si.edu/explore/nmaahc-digital-resources-guide

The Black Cultural Archives

https://blackculturalarchives.org

For architectural history

http://projects.mcah.columbia.edu/ha/index.html

Our Department

Why not have a look at our academics to find out what they are interested in and working on at the moment. Click on an academic's name and then follow the link to their Research Outputs.

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