27 Nov 2019 at 5:00pm
until 27 Nov 2019 at 8:30pm
The Station House
ART HISTORY CAREERS DAY
4 December 2019
Are you an undergraduate or masters student who would like to learn more about career opportunities in the arts, culture or heritage sectors?
Would you like to know more about doctoral and post-doctoral life?
Or would you just like an opportunity to listen and chat to people about different career and research possibilities?
Join us for this year’s Association for Art History’s annual Art History Careers Day, which is taking place in partnership with the Centre for Visual Arts and Culture at the Durham University.
The day covers careers in academia, and the arts, culture and heritage sectors. Selected speakers talk about their own career journey’s and offer specific advice, experience and expertise from different professions. This year we'll be focusing specifically on Galleries & Museums, Arts & Charities, Academia and a roundtable discussion Early Careers in the Arts.
You will find full details about the programme and speakers on our website.
The Art History Careers Day is organised by the Association for Art History's Doctoral and Early Career Research (DECR) Board. This year’s event is co-organised by Vanessa Longden (Durham University) and Freya Gowrley (University of Derby).
Chair: H. E. Cardinal Michael Fitzgerald, M.Afr
Michael F. Cusato, OFM: ‘Much Ado About Nothing'? Contemporary Perceptions of the Import of the 1219 Encounter of Francis of Assisi with al-Malik al-Kamil in Damietta
Prof. Pascal Robert, OFM: Together on the Journey: Discovering Through Dialogue a Renewed Vision for a Better World
Prof. Mona Siddiqui, OBE: Food, Friendship and Faith: Rethinking Hospitality in Christian-Muslim Encounter
Registration is essential as spaces are limited for this event. Please register here on Eventbrite by 12 noon on Tuesday 5 November or, if you need to book transport as part of your registration, by 10am on Thursday 31 October.
This public panel event is presented as part of the Ushaw Lecture Series. This lecture series celebrates the cultural and research significance of the remarkable bibliographical, archival and material-cultural collections at Ushaw, and the wider history of which they are expressions. The lectures cover music, art, drama, poetry and literature, architecture, material-culture, politics, science and theology.
This event is organised by the Durham University Centre for Catholic Studies with support from the Franciscan Families of the UK and Ireland.
You are invited to join an event to discuss Transitional Care. The purpose of this event is to:
This event is followed by our quarterly Maternal and Neonatal health Safety Collaborative Event which we are also very welcome to attend. For further information abou the Collaborative view here: https://improvement.nhs.uk/resources/maternal-and-neonatal-safety-collaborative/
Once registered of the Transitional Care Event we will ensure that you receive the Eventbrite link to the Maternal and Neonatal Safety Collaborative Event in the afternoon, so you can attend if you wish to do so. When you register please indicate whether you intend to stay for lunch following the morning event.