This year the Department of Art History, Film and Visual Studies at the University of Birmingham is introducing a Study Afternoon where students who might be interested in studying the History of Art at university will be able to experience teaching in the subject.
This event is aimed at sixth form students who might be interested in studying History of Art at university. Students in year 12 or 13 are welcome to attend. The event will give you the opportunity to experience teaching in the subject and get a feel for what it is like to study History of Art at university.
The afternoon will take the form of three 30 minute talks by individual members of academic staff on different topics, including Damien Hirst, Botticelli, and images of the body. There will be a concluding 30 minute question and answer session.
We shall also have an interval where sixth-formers can talk informally to current students and academics in the Department about studying History of Art at university, about applications, and about the careers that history of art graduates go on to pursue.
Venue: The event will be held in the Barber Institute of Fine Arts on the University campus, and students will have the opportunity to look at the collections of world class art on display in the galleries of the Barber. The address is the Barber Institute of Fine Arts, University of Birmingham, Edgbaston Park Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 2TS
Timings: 2pm-5pm, Saturday 22 September 2012
Booking: Attendance is free but in order to attend please indicate your intention to join us by emailing Dr Elizabeth L'Estrange at [email protected]
. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to get in touch.
In the meantime, take a look at our departmental website http://www.birmingham.ac.ukarthistoryandfilm
to read more about modules we offer. We also have a Facebook page where you can hear about our activities and events that are organised by and for our History of Art students at http://www.facebook.com/arthistorybirmingham
We look forward to meeting you in September.