Curated by a group of MA students from the University of Leeds, this exhibition explores the potential stories of 'unnamed' women in art history.
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HERitage: Hysteria’s Shadow explores how medicines and misdiagnosis have been used to control women’s bodies and behaviours.
Modern Martyrs is an exhibition created by MA students at the University of Leeds. It uses images of Catholic martyrs from the Rijksmuseum as a starting point to explore how these figures are received today.
What happens when nature and culture come together? Explore hidden truths, plant wonders and epic tales of myth and legend. People Living with Nature takes you through the intertwined history of plants and culture and weaves contemporary perspectives to consider your own future interactions with the natural world.
Curated by MA students, Rubber Revolution: Safe Sex Marketing in the AIDS Epidemic explores different approaches in sexual health marketing related to AIDS and HIV from the 1980s to today.
From Ancient China and Greece to a night out with the lads; from Christian eucharist to a Cosmopolitan cocktail; this exhibition will explore how artists from all around the globe represent drinking and drinkers.
The Home is an exhibition charting the developments of the home through the 19th and 20th centuries. Through these object encounters, we can understand how the ‘home’ has changed through time and how different ideas have brought us to the present day.
The Lion’s Share is a virtual art exhibition curated by MA students from the University of Leeds. This digital installation features paintings from the late Georgian to early Victorian period from the collections of the Yale Center For British Art.
Born out of a curatorial collaboration between University of Leeds MA students from many cultures, The Human Season is an online exhibition inspired by works of art from the Metropolitan Museum of Art collection in New York.
MA students from the School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies have curated nine new online exhibitions using a range of open access collections.