Feast for the Five Senses – The New Generation Festival & Beyond

Our Director of Studies, Lavinia Harrington, explains why she couldn’t be more excited about the launch of our new 3-week Late Summer Course this year. A deliberate appeal to all five senses; this course embraces music, drawing, gastronomy, archaeology, ecology, poetry, opera, history and, of...


alumni Molly in front of Amelia Earhart's Little Red Bus

Alumni careers – where are they now?

As a company that has been sharing its passion for art history for over 30 years, we love to hear about the exciting paths our alumni take after their AHA course.  Here we catch up with two of them who have kept their lifelong...


Giotto's Scrovegni Chapel

As we approach Easter, Richard Stemp enjoys a minor Passion

One of the great joys of teaching for Art History Abroad is the possibility to see some of the great masterpieces of world art on a regular basis. Given this ‘regularity’, students – both young and old – regularly ask which is my favourite...



The Doge's Palace in a Canaletto painting

Little Giovanni Antonio Canal … aka Canaletto

Where better to spend your summer then Venice? Especially on an AHA summer course right? Well, luckily, you can catch a glimpse of this magical city in London this summer. The Royal Collection’s summer blockbuster this year is ‘Canaletto and the Art of Venice‘....