A recent land art project created at Addingham Primary School to celebrate the Tour de France has featured in local and regional press.
Following Yorkshire Sculpture Park’s recent Art Fund Prize for Museum of the Year 2014, the Centre for Critical Studies in Museums, Galleries and Heritage considers its links with this award winning organisation.
Helen Graham, Research Fellow in Heritage and Centre Director, will contribute to a conference attempting to get to grips with participation in the museums sector this November in Brighton.
Nick Cass, Research Associate and Co-Director of the Centre for Critical Studies in Museums, Galleries and Heritage, was recently interviewed for the Museums Journal about his work on Brontë art.
MA Art Gallery and Museum Studies alumna, Acatia Finbow, has been awarded a research studentship at Tate focusing on a history of performance and performative art.
Vacancy at Kettle’s Yard, a House with a permanent collection of twentieth century artworks, library and an archive, together with a gallery presenting a changing programme of modern and contemporary art exhibitions and artists projects.
Centre Director, Helen Graham, showcased two research projects at this year’s AHRC Connected Communities Festival in Cardiff.
Dr Abigail Harrison Moore has been working with Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies alumna, Nicola Bayntun, and children at Addingham Primary School in West Yorkshire, to deliver a massive art project on their school field to celebrate the Grand Départ of the Tour de France.
Have you taken part in a Connected Communities heritage project and want to think about its legacy? We invite you to participate in a workshop exploring Heritage Legacies.
Centre Co-Director, Dr Helen Graham, has recently started working on a new collaborative research project looking at the role of artists within the AHRC Connected Communities projects.