We recommend signing up for our newsletter to receive all the latest Art History in Focus information including tour and event updates, Siân’s exhibition and book recommendations, and the latest art world news.
Keep checking the website for details of future news, exhibitions and Art History in Focus events - up-and-coming study days in 2013 will include:
Vermeer and Music - Love and Leisure in the Dutch Golden Age (National Gallery) - 4th September
The Portrait in Vienna 1867- 1918 (National Gallery) - 11th December
There will also be exclusive free study days for Friends of Art History in Focus
Art History in Focus Website
We are delighted to be launching this new site which will have regularly updated information about up-and-coming events and lots of new features which we hope you will enjoy.
First of all, it will be possible to make BOOKINGS ONLINE for all courses, study days and tours. All events will have a recommended reading list on the site, and you will be able to purchase these books and products at competitive prices.
There is also a new club called Friends of Art History in Focus and members will enjoy a range of exclusive benefits such as PRIORITY BOOKING for all tours and events; a FREE annual friends’ study day, and automatic entry in regular PRIZE DRAWS with the chance to win exhibition tickets and books.
There is a new loyalty scheme whereby for every four tours booked, you will receive a case of ITALIAN WINE to say thank you!
There is also a new gallery page with photos of trips, and a new facebook page and forum where you chat, discuss arts topics in general, and make new friends.
We hope you enjoy browsing the new site, and look forward to seeing you soon!
IF YOU HAVE A QUERY ABOUT HOW TO USE THE WEBSITE, OR ANY OF ITS NEW FEATURES, PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR SOME FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Arts and Culture News
For details of up-and-coming UK exhibitions and cultural information click here.
For the latest arts and culture news click here.
Google have launched a new project called Google Art Tours, whereby you can explore hundreds of artworks in museums around the world in ultra-high definition. Using technology adapted from Street View, it enables viewers to wander the halls of 17 leading galleries and zoom in in order to explore the tiniest of details in many paintings. For more details click here.