Woodfield, Richard
October 2004
Journal of Visual Art Practice;2004, Vol. 3 Issue 3, p163
Academic Journal
Discusses developments in the activities of the Arts and Humanities Research Board (AHRB) in Great Britain, as of October 2004. Outcome of a meeting among Fine Art Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) supervisors aimed at discussing the publication of their research; Plans of the AHRB for establishing a College of Fine Art PhD Supervisors; List of colleges and universities that could support the creation of the college, including the Leeds Metropolitan University in England.


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