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Above the Noise is a new exhibition bringing together 15 stories from Bradford in a variety of forms — from words and photographs to sound installations and new artworks.
This exhibition explores the impact of race relations legislation in the UK, and captures the voices of generations who have been directly impacted by the Race Relations Act 1968, fifty years after the law was enacted.
Discover the work of Emily Susan Ford, explore the history of Public Art on campus, delve into the genre of Still Life and gain a deeper understanding of the legacies of the First World War through these MA student projects.
An exhibition of work by Ann-Marie LeQuesne, curated by MA Arts Management and Heritage Studies students.
An exhibition exploring the life of Emily Ford, a painter of the Pre-Raphelite style working and living in Leeds from the mid 19th to the early 20th century, curated by a group of our MA students.
A display focusing on the efforts to engage women and girls in science education from the late 20th century until the present day in Britain. Curated by MA students, using archives held by The Feminist Archive North.
A group of student curators from the MA Art Gallery and Museum Studies course present a new exhibition in collaboration with the Museum of the History of Science, Technology and Medicine.
Join us to celebrate this year’s MA Art Gallery and Museum Studies, MA Arts Management & Heritage Studies and MA Curating Science students’ interpretive projects.
This exhibition in collaboration with the Yorkshire Fashion Archive explores Yorkshire’s popularity within the clothing industry in the 20th century.
The fourth in our informal occasional research seminar series focused on Contemporary & Historic Issues in the Art Market, organised by the Centre for the Study of the Art & Antiques Market (CSAAM).