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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A symposium convened by the Artist-led Research Group (Leeds) in partnership with Yorkshire and Humberside Visual Arts Network [YVAN], University of Leeds, and Music and Arts Production [MAP Charity].

Following the auction sale of Banksy’s Girl with a Red Balloon, which sold for £1,042,000 and promptly proceeded to self-destruct, this discussion forum focuses on this latest ‘event’ in the art market.

Professor David Jackson and Dr Meg Boulton from the School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies are speaking at this workshop at the University of York.

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. Everyone welcome: community heritage groups, freelancers, museum professionals, archivists, students and academics.

The Art Through Practice (ATP) research group organises practical sessions that offer both practice-led and research-based scholars new insights into their work.

In these workshops, artist Scarlett Crawford will encourage participants to share their experiences of race relations through drawing, participatory photography, and recorded interviews.

We invite you to join Visiting Researcher Joe Williams for a Leeds Black History Walk on the campus of the University of Leeds to explore how this resource can be used to develop learning experiences for our students.

Located in an industrial warehouse which could be anywhere and nowhere, this interventional work aims to find new ways to discuss politics and wellbeing in the 21st century.

In this seminar, we invite practitioners and researchers who are currently grappling with different ways of approaching these questions to share their current work and thinking.

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. Everyone welcome: community heritage groups, freelancers, museum professionals, archivists, students and academics.