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Dr Lydia Hamlett is pleased to announce that the British Art Network has recently awarded Arts Council funding to continue the work of the British murals specialist Sub Group in 2017
Rose Garrard: Casting Room at Kettle's Yard
The new Dorothea Tanning show curated by Dr Alyce Mahon at Tate modern gets 5 star review in The Guardian
The Department would like to congratulate PhD candidate Christina J Faraday on being named as AHRC/BBC New Generation Thinker 2019
The Department of History of Art is delighted to announce that Dr Laura Slater has been appointed to the post of University Lecturer in Medieval Art & Architecture
The Department is pleased to announce that the Medieval Art Joint Cambridge UEA Study Day will take place on April 20th
Krisztina Ilko has been awarded with The Hanns Swarzenski and Brigitte Horney Swarzenski Fellowship at the Metropolitan Museum of Art for 2018-19
Maria Harvey been awarded with an Andrew Mellon Fellowship at the Metropolitan Museum of Art for 2018-19
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The Department is delighted to be ranked 1st once again by the Complete University Guide 2019
Smelly Remedy: Womb Fumigation Illustrated in Seventeenth Century Print: an exhibition at the University Library curated by PhD student Lizzie Marx
Artistic Trade between Spain and its Viceroyalties from 1500 to 1800: a conference at King's College, Cambridge on 22nd June 2018
The Department is delighted to announce that Professor Caroline van Eck has been elected a Fellow of the British Academy
Alyce Mahon’s retrospective exhibition on the American Surrealist Dorothea Tanning (1910-2012) has just opened in the Museo Reina Sofia in Madrid
The Cambridge Faculty of Architecture & History of Art invites applications to the 2020 round of the Leverhulme Trust early Career Fellowship competition
The Lent Term 2020 Professor of Fine Art is Dr Nicholas Penny. His lecture series is entitled Avatars of Antiquity: Premise and Practice in European Painting and Sculpture 1500 – 2000
The Department regrets to announce the death of Professor Paul Crossley, a graduate of the Department and Slade Professor in Cambridge University, 2011-12
The Department is delighted to announce that Professor Rosalind Polly Blakesley has been awarded a Leverhulme Major Research Fellowship for her new project 'Russia, Empire and the Baltic Imagination'
Dr Meredith Hale has been appointed to an Excellence 100 Lectureship at the University of Loughborough where she will be involved in developing post-graduate teaching and multi-disciplinary research with a particular focus on the early modern period and i
Congratulations to PhD student Krisztina Ilko for winning first prize in this year’s Graduate Student Essay Award contest from the International Center of Medieval Art (ICMA)
The Department is delighted to announce that Harriet Loffler (formerly Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery) has been appointed as the new curator of the New Hall Art Collection at Murray Edwards
Subversive Intent & Beyond: Surrealism, Politics, Sexuality
1-2 June 2018, Alison Richard Building, University of Cambridge
We are delighted to announce that Dr Galina Mardilovich has been appointed Acting Curator of Russian and European Art in the Mead Art Museum at Amherst College
The Department is delighted to announce that Julian Luxford (King's College) has been promoted to Professor of Art History, St Andrews University, with effect from August 2018
The Department is delighted to announce that Anya Burgon (Trinity Hall) has been awarded a Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Centre for Medieval Literature, Department of English at University of York, for three years
Professor Emerita Deborah Howard is delighted to announce the publication of The Sacred Home in Renaissance Italy (Oxford University Press, 2018), which she has co-authored with Mary Laven (History) and Abigail Brundin (Modern and Medieval Languages)
Madonnas and Miracles: a Domestic Devotions exhibition at the Fitzwilliam Museum, 7 March - 4 June 2017
Dr Louise Hardiman has been appointed as Research Assistant at the University of Oxford for the project "Russomania: British Modernism and the Translation of Russian Culture"
The Department would like to congratulate Dr Frank Salmon on his election as President of St John’s College
The Department would like to congratulate Richard Butler who has recently accepted a new permanent job as Lecturer in History at the Centre for Urban History, University of Leicester