Events

Breaking the Binary has been created by Cat Lane as part of a practical dissertation to explore the diversity of non-binary identity, understanding and presentation in Leeds. The exhibition showcases stories and opinions of the participants involved in the project, through interview video clips, photos, quotes and artwork. We want to show that there is no…
In this event we have invited Ed Vaizey to reflect on the last 18 months taking a particular focus on the implications for the arm’s length principle.
The Hundreds Reading and Writing Group is a space for researchers to meet and experiment with academic forms.
This talk is part of the Museum Legitimacies Event Series 2021-22, Professor Michael Saward will consider how looking through the lens of democratic design helps us to open up our ideas about what democracy can be, how it can be planned and reformed.
Following Michael Saward’s exploration of democracy as a design challenge, this workshop will ask – what democratic design challenges do we face in Museums, Galleries and Heritage?
The Hundreds Reading and Writing Group is a space for researchers to meet and experiment with academic forms.
The Hundreds Reading and Writing Group is a space for researchers to meet and experiment with academic forms.
The Hundreds Reading and Writing Group is a space for researchers to meet and experiment with academic forms.

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The Hundreds Reading and Writing Group is a space for researchers to meet and experiment with academic forms.
The Hundreds Reading and Writing Group is a space for researchers to meet and experiment with academic forms.
This event is to welcome new and returning students across the School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies.
This keynote lecture from Dr Mark Westgarth forms part of the Jewish Country Houses’ project workshop: ‘Jewish Dealers and the European Art Market, 1850 – 1930’.
This following presentation will consider these questions and introduce a research project between the University of Manchester and the National Museums Liverpool that explores how NFTs might be used beyond the monetary context and instead ‘crypto-connect’ museum audiences.
This week’s speakers are Dr Maria Paula Arias (Lecturer, School of Digital Arts, Manchester Metropolitan University) and Dr Sarah Feinstein (Teaching Fellow, School of Performance and Cultural Industries, University of Leeds).
Our speaker this week is Professor Thea Pitman, Professor of Latin American Studies, School of Languages, Cultures and Societies.
Join us for this online student-led workshop aimed at students and professionals with an interest in work in the arts, culture and heritage sectors.
Please join us for the third in a series of presentations from current Postgraduate Researchers based in the School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies.
In this talk, Dr Dominic O’Key will share insights from his research and reflections on working with a museum to negotiate the challenges of the Sixth Mass Extinction Event and climate crisis.