Events

MA Curating Science students from the School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies invite you to join them for the opening of a new exhibition.

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As part of a public lecture series exploring art in the First World War, history of art lecturer Dr Sue Malvern focuses on the work of CRW Nevinson.

Jeremy Howard, of the art dealership, Colnaghi, and Course Director for the MA Decorative Arts at the University of Buckingham, gives the next lecture in the Perspectives on the Art Market series

Join us for the latest in in our Centre Research Seminar Series, with speaker Dr. John Schofield, Director of Studies, Cultural Heritage Management, University of York

Medieval Studies in the Digital Age is a seminar and workshop series at the University of Leeds, intended to encourage cross-disciplinary exchange among scholars who currently use or are interested in using technological tools and techniques for their research

As part of a new public lecture series exploring art in the First World War, art historian Ben Read will offer insights into the war-time experiences of his father, the eminent art and literary critic, poet and essayist Sir Herbert Read.

This seminar series responds to the contexts for key questions of culture and value by bringing both concepts into relation with ‘everyday life’, seeking to explore what might be learnt about questions of ‘cultural value’ by attending to the full range of scales through which the arts and culture are lived and understood.

Join us for the latest in in our Centre Research Seminar Series, with speaker Dr. Katiana Le Mentec, Visiting Scholar/Postdoctoral Fellow, European Centre for Cultural Exploration (University of York)

Join us for the latest session in in our Centre Research Seminar Series, with speaker Professor Griselda Pollock, School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies

Helen Graham, Research Fellow in Heritage and Centre Director, will contribute to a conference attempting to get to grips with participation in the museums sector this November in Brighton.

An evening of networking focused around a series of lightening talks sharing current collaborative research on learning and engagement in art galleries, organised for the ‘engage’ conference fringe programme