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.
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. It is inspired by Lauren Berlant and Kathleen Stewart’s 2019 book, The Hundreds. Developing from the Austin Public Feelings Group, Berlant and Stewart sought to write chunks of 100 words ‘following out the impact of things (words,…
The Hundreds Reading and Writing Group is a space for researchers to meet and experiment with academic forms. It is inspired by Lauren Berlant and Kathleen Stewart’s 2019 book, The Hundreds. Developing from the Austin Public Feelings Group, Berlant and Stewart sought to write chunks of 100 words ‘following out the impact of things (words,…

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A persistent question for museums is how to understand what we do? Drawing their ongoing research exploring questions of museums, learning and cultural citizenship, Lise Sattrup and Anne Mette W. Nielsen will present and discuss their research strategies.

Professor David Jackson presents an inside perspective on curating the recent exhibition Nordic Art: The Modern Breakthrough at ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum, Denmark.

Dr Jane Whittaker, Head of Collections at The Bowes Museum, presents the next talk in the Museology Seminar Series.

Dr Alexandra Gerstein, Curator of Sculpture and Decorative Arts of The Courtauld Gallery, gives the next lecture in the Perspectives on the Art Market series

Professor Ann Sumner, Executive Director of the Brönte Parsonage Museum, presents the next talk in the Museology Seminar Series.

A symposium on artists, institutions and artist’s institutions during the Modern Breakthrough and today. Making Room aims to investigate, portray and discuss the relation between contemporary artist-run spaces and the early artist associations and institutions of the Modern Breakthrough in the Nordic countries.

Curated by MA Art Gallery and Museum Studies students from the University of Leeds, two new exhibitions open on 28 October at the Stanley and Audrey Burton Gallery

Dr Barbara Pezzini of The Burlington Magazine Index presents the next talk in the ‘Perspectives on the Art Market’ open lecture series.

The next Heritage Show + Tell will be hosted by the Discovery Centre in Leeds. Join us for a tour of the Discovery Centre at 4pm. We will then kick off Heritage Show + Tell at 5pm.

Lotherton Hall is host to an exhibition of 19 Chinese paintings from the Leeds Collections, curated by Estelle Wu, a University of Leeds intern and MA Art Gallery & Museums Studies student.