Has any artist’s work been more profoundly shaped by the First World War than the African-American painter Horace Pippin’s?
Our latest film demonstrates how AHRC-funded research has underpinned a major exhibition exploring a golden age in China’s history.
An exhibition is uncovering remarkable stories in the history of colonial law.
An AHRC research project has been investigating how access to the internet is filtered in public libraries.
Lego housing, digital dogs and on-demand buses, new report explores what an ‘All-Age-Friendly’ city could look like and finds it within our grasp.
A major new resource explores the representation and reality of wrongdoing in Spain.
We are inviting PGRs and ECRs to apply for a workshop exploring potential themes for anniversary events, focussing on design, visualisation, social media, branding and messaging.
Arts and Humanities Festival: Underground
The King’s Arts & Humanities Festival is back for a sixth year, offering dozens of free talks, workshops and performances exploring music, literature, philosophy, politics, history and religion and much more.
What does an All-Age-Friendly city look like?
Tenth Anniversary consultative workshop
Horace Pippin: ‘I can never forget suffering’
Revisiting Romania: Dress and Identity
Revisiting Romania explores how Romanian folk art has been used to express identity and nationhood in Romania in the 19th and 20th centuries.
Ming: 50 years that changed China
Digital arts programme reveals final funded projects
The final group of five projects to be supported by the Digital R&D Fund for the Arts has been announced, bringing the total number backed by the programme to 53.
Collaborative Doctoral Partnerships Town Meeting
We are holding a town meeting for the Collaborative Doctoral Partnerships scheme 2014 call. We are currently seeking applications from non-HEI Organisations or consortia to become Collaborative Doctoral Partners.
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04 Oct 2014, Cheltenham
Are you happy?
04 Oct 2014, Library of Birmingham (Heritage Learning Space) & Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery
Birmingham and the First World War - session for teachers
The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde