Our MA in Art History programme is the first MA in Hong Kong to focus on art history. It provides advanced training for students and specialists pursuing either academic study in art history or professional careers in museum, curatorial, and other art-related fields.
To apply, please click here.
For details, please click here.
Application deadline: 5 Feb 2020
The Department general office and resource centre have been re-opened since Wednesday 20th November 2019, and our office hours remain the same as before:
Monday to Friday
9am – 1pm, 2pm- 5:30pm
Please note that the University’s access control measure is still in effect. Staff and students are advised to carry valid UID cards for entry onto campus and at all times while on University premises.
Due to unexpected situation this seminar will be cancelled.
The Department of Fine Arts has opened a new 12-month full-time position of Program Assistant. This person will provide administrative support for our new MA program (working with our new MA coordinator) while also supporting work in our Resource Centre (working with Grace Wong). Please refer to the job ad for details. The application deadline is August 1.
This is a call for entries for the annual University of Hong Kong Museum Society Asian Art Essay Prize. A prize of HK$2,000 will be offered to the winner. Please click on the image for details.
– 28 June 2019
(Final year students)
– 23 September 2019
Previous winning essays are available here
The Department of Fine Arts at the University of Hong Kong invites applications for part time teachers. We are seeking teachers to offer courses in Art History or Studio Art during the academic year 2019-2020, specialty open. Candidates should have a Ph.D. in Art History (or ABD status) or MFA, as relevant. Candidates should also have proven experience teaching in higher education. The salary per course is approximately $80,000 (including MPF as appropriate).
To apply, please submit a CV, cover letter detailing your teaching experience, and contact information for two references familiar with your teaching. Applications should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions may be directed to the Chair, Dr. Roslyn Hammers at email@example.com. Review of applications will begin on May 10 and continue until positions are filled.
Congratulations to our Honorary Professor David Clarke, whose latest publication entitled China—Art—Modernity: A Critical Introduction to Chinese Visual Expression from the Beginning of the Twentieth Century to the Present Day has just come out and is now available at Hong Kong University Press, as well as Amazon and Book Depository. Along with his earlier well-received publications, Hong Kong Art: Culture and Decolonization (2001), Water and Art (2010), and Chinese Art and its Encounter with the World (2011), this volume is another valuable one to add to his oeuvre, to the field of Chinese art history, and to our collection!