Events

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Join us to explore the strategies of Strike MoMA who are activating a politics of strike, exit and abolition to organize for a Post-MoMA future.
In this online talk, art historian Professor David Jackson discusses the role of the visual arts in Denmark during the first half of the 19th century, a period of exceptional creative production.
For this event we are joined by a panel of speakers who will each draw on their research and practice to suggest different ways democracy and climate emergency might be configured.
Join us for this ‘in conversation’ event with the editors of a new book that shines a light on women’s work to power the home in a way rarely seen in histories of energy. Postgraduate Researcher Louise Marchal will be in dialogue with Professor Abigail Harrison Moore (with Ruth W Sandwell in attendance) about their…
In this free online talk hosted by the National Gallery, art historian David Jackson discusses the role of the visual arts in Denmark during the first half of the 19th century, a period of exceptional creative production.  
Bringing together theory and practice, this workshop by Brazilian visiting researcher Dr Viviane Saraf will explore ideas of museum accessibility through exploring case studies that explore the urgency of access alongside testing practical approaches together.
The Hundreds Reading and Writing Group is a space for researchers to meet and experiment with academic forms.
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.
Curated by MA students, this exhibition uses the Science Museum Group collections to explore the complex question of freedom and women’s agency.
Curated by MA students from the University of Leeds, Onus exists to bring to the forefront five different ways objects have appeared in The Met’s art collection.