Association of Art Historians Careers Day University of Leeds Friday 20 April 2012 This event is primarily aimed at helping art historians with postgraduate qualifications to develop a successful career in the increasingly competitive field of art history. It will feature talks and workshops from professionals in cultural and academic institutions, and will give delegates the chance to ask these experts for careers advice. Panels on:   * Careers in Galleries/Museums and ‘Freelancing’   * Careers in Academia and Research-led Curating   * Roundtable Discussion: Building a Career in Art History Workshops on:   * How to write a persuasive CV   * How to keep up to date with research and job opportunities Speakers:   * Layla Bloom, Curator, Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery, University of Leeds   * Sophie Camu, Art Consultant, Camu Art Ltd   * Camilla Nichol, Head of Collections at Leeds Museums and Galleries   * Prof. David Jackson, Professor of Russian and Scandinavian Art Histories, School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies, Leeds University   * Dr. Helen Graham, University Research Fellow in Tangible and Intangible Heritage, University of Leeds   * Sue Holdsworth, Senior Careers Consultant, Careers Centre, University of Leeds   * Rose Roberto, Faculty Librarian, University of Leeds Lunch and refreshments provided Booking for this event is now open Students £15/£20 (AAH members/non-members) Full-price £20/£25 (AAH members/non-members) Book online at Booking deadline: 6 April 2012 Association of Art Historians 70 Cowcross Street London EC1M 6EJ t. 020 7490 3211 e.