PG Researcher Cai Lyons joins the Midlands Art Papers team not only to take over their social media channels but to research her own article for the MAP publication, an exhibition review of ‘Unskinned Corsetry’.
Category: Art and Art History
Midlands Art Papers: Ensuring Art in the Midlands is put on the ‘MAP’!
April-Lina (BA History of Art) joins forces with the Midlands Art Papers team to showcase the Midlands’ fantastic works of art and design accessible in public collections.
An Imaginary Journey to the Middle Ages: Women and the Book
Ester (MRes Modern Greek Studies) has been working with the Women and the Book project team to explore women’s interaction with book culture in the period c. 500-1600. Here, she shares some of her (sometimes surprising) findings.
Camera Time: Personal Photography and Everyday Modernity in Late Colonial Egypt
Personal photographs can be indispensable for research, writes Kristýna Picková, who worked with Dr Lucie Ryzova to catalogue and preserve nearly 15 years’ worth of material.
Art for English
To help enhance the study of English Literature at the University of Birmingham, Mary McGowan spent five weeks researching and cataloguing its amazing cultural collections and their links with Undergraduate modules, creating an innovative website for all UoB students of English Literature.
Creating an Early English Wall Paintings Database
In summer 2017, Ellen Smith was given the task of helping to organise the records of early English wall paintings and so to preserve the memory of these important sources for future generations.