11.45-12.45 First Panel: Changing Rooms of Religion
April Hough (Nottingham University): 'Tintoretto’s paintings for the high altar chapel at the parish church of San Cassiano: re-drawing patterns of religious practice in sixteenth century Venice'
Louise Hampson (University of York): 'Seen through a window: the survival of stained glass at York Minster'
2pm-3pm Second Panel: From Academies to Art College
Elaine Williams (University of Birmingham): 'Florence Camm, the Birmingham Municipal School of Art and its influence on her work'
Rebecca Wade (University of Leeds): 'Among the wreck of the past’: from the academy of art to the school of design'
3.30-5pm Third Panel: Modern and Contemporary Paradoxes
Rosalind McKever (Kingston University): 'The Italian Futurists, traditors or traditionalists?
Jonathan Cronshaw (University of Leeds): 'Controversy at The British Museum: Jacob Epstein and the Restoration Scandal'
Nicholas Wyatt (Loughborough University School of the Arts): 'Redeeming Images (Narratives of Recuperation in Post-secular Painting)
5-6pm Drinks Reception
Tickets £10. You must be an AAH Member to attend.
All panels will take place in the Barber Institute of Fine Arts, Birmingham.
Symposium organized by Elizabeth Moore, Tamsin Foulkes and Catriona McAra on behalf of the Student Members Committee of the Association of Art Historians
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