WHAT ONE OF OUR SPRING 2012 STUDENTS THOUGHT OF AHA…

Dear all, I don’t know how to begin to thank you for our six wonderful weeks in Italy. I’m sure everything has been said to you before because AHA is a truly fantastic experience that I would recommend to anyone who enjoys prosecco and...


‘A pertinent question’ AHA Fees explained

Thank you for your question about the fees – I am sure it is one that others must wonder too. We have a scholarship see: https://www.arthistoryabroad.com/Scholarships-available.html and there are significant discounts for signing up early. For example, this year, if signed up to a...


FABULOUS ESCAPISM

Nick and Cressida have just returned from spending a magical time in Warwickshire. Over half term we were lucky to find space at Talton Mill – a very special place set up and run by ex AHA Student Olivia Watson (1991). She has converted...


PIETRA DURE – THOMAS GREENAWAY AHA ALUMNI

We have just heard from Thomas Greenaway who came with us on a Gap Year Course in 2004. Thomas is now a traditionally trained craftsman in the art of Florentine Pietre Dure and has started his own business making bespoke table tops, panels, boxes,...


Edgar Degas

Did you know of the connection between Degas and AHA? In celebration of the RA Exhibition of Degas to open on Saturday 17th September, here are some thoughts on Degas. “I assure you that no art was ever less spontaneous than mine. What I...