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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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).

This display at ULITA — an Archive of International Textiles is part of a wider celebration of in 2018 of the 150th anniversary of Professor Aldred Barker, the third Head of the Department of Textile Industries at the University of Leeds.

Heritage Show + Tell is a chance for people passionate about heritage in Yorkshire to come together and share their work, get feedback on ideas and meet new collaborators. Join us for this special Bradford edition, hosted by the National Science and Media Museum in Bradford.

Shirley M. Mueller, MD, IUSM Associate Professor of Neurology (ret.), presents the next talk in our Perspectives on the Art Market open lecture series.

Exhibition in Project Space — Game On is an attempt to explore the concept of mise-en-scène deployed through the form of games and sporting activities within interdisciplinary arts for the ‘active audience’, encountered in conventional art spaces.