Founded in 2011, as an on-line network, Art Histories Society suggests a critical direction towards the study of public and oral art history; and towards an hypothesis that personal stories and interpersonal relations shaped and constructed the science of art history.
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Bring to our attention art history - fiction or non-fiction - motion pictures ... at Art Histories in motion by Art Histories Society blog. Teaching art history by Art Histories Society. A blog about teaching art history; news, theory, methods, resources. A place for teaching the subject of art history; but also the place for art history content and language integrated learning; and for teaching art history as foreign language. Art tribune,
your own art voice step. Send us your art history! Cause art history belongs to everyone!
, a news blog about the mobility of artefacts. Lost & found. Looting & repatriation. Auctions, sales, robberies, sackings, or just losses.
Songs about colours, Greek songs, at the moment, on, about, for colours. A colouring “life” project. You could even send us or tell us about songs, and many more, for colours !
Why art galleries are red ? Curious about the red painted spaces in art galleries and wondering why art galleries are red. Of course “red” is being used paradigmatically; with an aim to investigate the fact of monochromatic painted walls in art galleries in relation to art works and art history.
The faces of Mona Lisa is mainly a collection of many “faces” or appropriations of Mona Lisa. A “pop culutre” in reception project
The studio and its artist. Just another research blog on The studio and its artist. You could send us a photo or tell us about a studio (maybe yours?) and its artist !
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Essential part of Art Histories Society, Art History Supplement (Online edition: ISSN 2046-9225) is a bimonthly peer-reviewed, international and interdisciplinary e-journal; publishing material dealing with all time periods and methodologies within the field of art history.
And do not forget to read Emails to ArtHS Editor; Mostly museum press releases along with any art and history communications. A revival of the old fashioned letters to the editor section.