Martine Grange, an MA Art Gallery and Museum Studies Erasmus student at the University of Leeds, talks of her placement with the Inclusive Archive of Learning Disability History.
A new University Academic Fellow in the School, Dr Robert Knifton, is working on a project which has recently received follow-on funding from the AHRC to build on key research into the use of small creative archives.
We welcome Dr Robert Knifton as our new University Academic Fellow in Critical Studies in Museums, Galleries and Heritage.
This special issue of Future Anterior invites papers that explore the utopian currents in cultural heritage, in order to offer an alternative critical lens on debates about sustainability and historic preservation.
A new exhibition opens this month at Bluecoat, Liverpool, curated by a group of five artists with learning disabilities and led by University of Leeds PhD candidate, Jade French.
A new project led by a research team including Dr Nick Cass has recently received funding to critically examine the role and practice of temporary visual art commissioning within heritage properties in Britain today.
Call for papers for a Special Issue of Museum & Society – Museum Methods: Researching the Museum as Institution.
We are currently calling for speakers prepared to rise to the challenge of sharing their current work in three minutes at the next Heritage Show + Tell on 22 November 2016.
In this second in our series of case studies, we look at the importance of work placements for MA students, from the perspectives of both student and placement provider
The School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies welcomes the first Discover ARTiculation competition final to the University of Leeds on Friday 8 July.