Jade French has been awarded a Michael Beverley Innovation Fellowship to explore inclusive peer review and publishing methods with learning disabled artists. The Michael Beverley Innovation Fellowship aims to build the innovation culture and develop the next generation of academic entrepreneurs at the University of Leeds. It supports early-career researchers to contribute to the strategic…
The Centre for Critical Studies in Museums, Galleries and Heritage is launching a new events series this term, on the theme of ‘museum legitimacies’.
Researchers from museum studies, digital media and the history of science at the University of Leeds are working together to connect different archive and museum collections and to open up industrial heritage.
‘Danish Golden Age Painting’ by David Jackson is a pioneering new contribution to 19th century art history studies
A new book written by Professor David Jackson has been published this month, presenting an innovative and vibrant survey of visual culture in Golden Age Denmark (1801 to 1864).
A new online participatory exhibition about non-binary identity in Leeds launched last week. Breaking the Binary has been created by Cat Lane as part of a practical dissertation to explore the diversity of non-binary identity, understanding and presentation in Leeds. Cat is an MA Arts Management and Heritage Studies student at the University of Leeds,…
Stuart Bowes talks about his experience of the transfer process at the end of his first year as a postgraduate researcher. Towards the end of the first year of a PhD, all doctoral aspirants face a major hurdle. The transition from being a provisional candidate – essentially a state of probation – to full doctoral…
The Royal Armouries, Leeds Museums and Galleries and the University of Leeds are offering a unique opportunity for an exceptional candidate interested in developing a career as a museum registrar.
Bradford’s National Museum project launches two new installations in the newly reopened National Science and Media Museum
The Bradford’s National Museum project came to an end in January with a final publication that drew out future directions for the National Science and Media Museum in and with Bradford. With the recent re-opening of the museum, visitors can now see two new exhibitions facilitated by project researchers -Belle Vue Studio and River of Tea: Let’s Chat.
In this article, LGBTQ+ cultural producer and alumni Sam Message writes about their journey from the University of Leeds to their current work stimulating Sweden’s queer and trans cultural scene.
MA Art Gallery and Museum Studies graduate Gina Figueira has recently been published in the International Journal of Heritage Studies, with her article entitled ‘That horse will never rise again’.