"AHA courses are much better than A level History of Art as a preparation for university work. Exposure to real paintings, sculpture and buildings develops visual alertness. Seeing art in the cities where it was made reveals how it was shaped by its cultural context. Students from AHA have been made aware of many of the problems and excitements of academic Art History before they begin their BA."

Professor John Onians
The School of World Art Studies, University of East Anglia

Whistlestop Tours



Upcoming Gallery mornings: 2013

 2014 to be announced shortly

Saturday 3rd November - A Picture of History: favourites from the National Portrait Gallery

Saturday 24th November - Being British: highlights from Tate Britain

Saturday 1st December - Shock of the New: highlights from Tate Modern

Saturday 15th December - Joy to the World: festive highlights from the National Gallery


How to Register

To reserve your place on a trip please contact Charlotte Fielder on 01379 871800,  option 1 or email info@arthistoryabroad.com

Once you have reserved your place on one of our trips or events we will send you an invoice including our bank details so that you can secure your place. We kindly ask for payment within two weeks of singing up. 





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