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As part of a public lecture series exploring art in the First World War, speaker Alice Correia looks at how Henry Moore’s wartime experience as a young man penetrated his subsequent work
Join MA Art Gallery and Museum Studies students for the opening of their new exhibition organised in honour of the Centenary of WW1
MA Art Gallery and Museum Studies students from the School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies unearth some of the more immediate and profound tales from soldiers serving in the First World War in this timely display.
Join us for the latest session in in our Centre Research Seminar Series, with speakers Dr Ben Walmsley (School of Performance and Cultural Industries) and Dr Jonathan Gross (Cultural and Creative Industries Exchange)
The ‘Workshop Ecology’: a grounded, unifying conceptualisation of socially engaged and participatory arts practice
Join us for the second in in our Centre Research Seminar Series, with speaker Dr Anni Raw (Impact and Innovation Project Manager, Cultural & Creative Industries Exchange).
Conference at The Hepworth Wakefield, organised by the Henry Moore Institute
Baltic Reflections, at Malmö Art Museum, puts the renowned Russian artworks, shown at the Baltic Exhibition in 1914, in dialogue with turn of the century Scandinavian art.
Each year, the Henry Moore Institute opens their doors to celebrate the new academic year with behind-the-scenes tours for the higher education community.
A new public lecture series exploring art in the First World War. This talk led by Richard Cork, an award-winning art critic, broadcaster and curator, will explore the many outstanding British artists that made immensely powerful work about the First World War.
Join us for the first in our series of Centre Research Seminars, with speaker Dr Tina Richardson , a recent graduate of School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies