The Media, Arts and Humanities Research Institute

The Media, Arts and Humanities Research Institute is the collaborative hub of research in Media, Arts and Humanities at Sussex. It draws on the Sussex traditions of radicalism and innovation to support our research and creative practice from across the School.

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'It's not just about pictures': An oral history of Sussex Art History

Wednesday 7 June 2023 3-5pm

The Keep, Woollards Way, Brighton, BN1 9BP (opposite the University)

In 2017, Sussex University's Art History department celebrated its 50th anniversary with an oral history project: 14 interviews with former students, staff and faculty that form an archive of experiences from different perspectives and moments. To mark the handing over of the project to The Keep, this event includes contributions from sociologist and library professional Dr Alice Corble, specialist in Sussex Modernisms, Dr Hope Wolf, Emeritus Professor Maurice Howard OBE, and current Art History students. Organised by Dr Alexandra Loske, Prof Flora Dennis and Prof Margaretta Jolly, with the support of the Centre for Life History and Life Writing Research. 

Find more details about 'It's not just about pictures' and register for your free place via Eventbrite.

Banner image: Reflections on a meeting by Scribe is licensed under CC BY-ND 2.0


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