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MA students from the School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies have curated eight new online exhibitions using a range of open access collections.
The Fashion of Convention is an online exhibition curated by MA students from the University of Leeds.
Have you ever wondered where do ambulances come from? Or how did plastic surgery start to be the way it is now? Do you know these healthcare items are actually developed from war?
Under Sight is an online exhibition based on the Yale Center’s artworks, curated by MA students from the University of Leeds.
This exhibition explores and challenges themes of domesticity, women and family by shining new perspectives on the Rijksmuseum collection.
Click & Collect is an online exhibition that explores ‘collecting’ – what do museums choose to collect or not? What do we collect and display in our own homes and why?
What comes to mind when you think about survivors? Strength, durability, tenacity? A stained-glass window? This exhibition curated by MA students will make you reconsider what makes a survivor.
My Body is My Own! is an online exhibition using artworks from The Metropolitan Museum of Art to represent issues women face. The exhibition is presented by MA students at the School of Fine Art, History of Art, and Cultural Studies.
This online exhibition, curated by MA students from the University of Leeds, explores how mental health has been discussed and ‘treated’ throughout time.
MA students from the School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies use the world’s open access collections to tell stories of provenance in this set of 10 online exhibitions.