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Due to the ongoing coronavirus situation, the Binski Symposium scheduled for Tuesday 17th March has been postponed, and will be rescheduled for a later date
Gelebte Träume – Künstlerinnen des Surrealismus, a documentary on women surrealists for ARTE by Maria Anna Tappeiner, featuring Dr Alyce Mahon
Alumnus David Zagoury (PhD, 2019) has been was awarded the Otto Hahn Medal 2019 for his research on the notion of fantasia in Italian art and art theory of the sixteenth century. The Department congratulates him on this achievement
The Department congratulates Professor Caroline van Eck on her election to the Academia Europaea
Sir Nicholas Penny (Slade Professor in Fine Art for 2019-20) will be delivering three online lectures at the Warburg Institute
Repetition, Revival, Reconstruction: The Visual Culture of Architecture 1750-1900
14 June 2019, 09:15- 18:00 Seminar Room S1, First Floor, Alison Richard Building, 7 West Road, Cambridge, CB3 9DT
The Faculty welcomes applications for British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowships.
The Faculty of Architecture and History of Art is pleased to announce that it has been awarded Athena Swan Bronze status by the Equality Challenge Unit
The Department is delighted to announce that Sophie Birkin, who graduated in 2017 was named a runner up for the prestigious Association for Art History Undergraduate Dissertation Prize.
The Department is deeply sorry to hear the sad news of Gavin Stamp's death.
The Department is delighted to announce the publication of 'Modernism and the Spiritual in Russian Art: New Perspectives', edited by Dr Louise Hardiman and Dr Nicola Kozicharow, both of whom completed their PhDs in the department
Call for Conference Papers: Russia: Courtly Gifts and Cultural Diplomacy
The department is delighted to announce the publication of Art and Political Thought in Medieval England c.1150-1350 by Laura Slater. She completed her AHRC-funded PhD in the department under the supervision of Professor Paul Binski
Postgraduate students: Reflect on your time at Cambridge and tell us how you are getting on from 12 November when self-evaluation opens
Recent PhD graduate Elizabeth Savage curated the exhibition ‘German Renaissance Colour Prints’, which is currently on display at the British Museum
Cambridge-Columbia Symposium, 3 March 2017: a review
The Department is delighted to report that Dr Rosalind P. Blakesley's book, 'The Russian Canvas' (Yale University Press), has been shortlisted for the Pushkin House Book Prize
The Department would like to congratulate Part I student, Alessandro Rubin, who has been awarded one of two Cambridge places on Yale University’s summer course
Cambridge History of Art alumna is named as the new director of Tate Modern
Third Annual Building History Lecture: 'St Pancras Station: Architecture and Engineering': a talk to be given by Simon Bradley on Saturday 9 April
New Cambridge University Research feature about Franois Penz and Donal Cooper's film of the virtual reconstruction of San Pier Maggiore in Florence
The Department would like to congratulate former undergraduate student, Alexander Röstel, on his appointment as the Simon Sainsbury Curatorial Fellow at The National Gallery in London
Dr Alyce Mahon has contributed to ‘Dreamers Awake’, a group show at White Cube Bermondsey until 17th September
From 25th-28th July, the History of Art Department welcomed 10 students for the annual Sutton Trust Summer School
The Department would like to congratulate our former PhD student, Dr Laura Slater, who has been appointed Fulford Junior Research Fellow at Somerville College, Oxford from October 2017
The Department would like to congratulate Part IIB History of Art graduate, Christina Farley, who has been awarded a Larmor Award by St John’s College.
Professorship of History of Art post announced
A tree planting ceremony was held at Magdalene College on November 2nd in honour of the retirement of Duncan Robinson
A Tribute to Dr John Gage by Dr Frank Salmon (Head of Department)
Former PhD student of Professor Jean Michel Massing, Dr Aleksandra Koutney-Jones, has written a book entitled "Visual Cultures of Death in Central Europe: Contemplation and Commemoration in Early Modern Poland-Lithuania"