Art as Advocacy, a project facilitated by Jade French as part of her PhD study, has been awarded funding to enable research participants to commission new artworks.
The Centre for Critical Studies in Museums, Galleries and Heritage takes part in the Arts and Humanities Research Council’s Connected Communities Utopia Festival 2016 this weekend.
PhD student Jade French takes a look at unique approaches to curating an upcoming exhibition in a blog post published on the website of the Bluecoat, Liverpool.
Students studying on the MA Art Gallery and Museum Studies course at the University of Leeds take on a placement as part of their degree programme. MA student, Hayley Reid, has recently completed her placement with Leeds-based East Street Arts.
The Centre for Critical Studies in Museums, Galleries and Heritage welcomes Natalie Walton as a new Visiting Research Fellow.
On 23 March, the Centre for Critical Studies in Museums, Galleries and Heritage research group took part in Art Gym at Tate Liverpool, curated by Tate Collective with support from Assemble, recent Turner Prize winners.
Deadline extended to 31 May for this AHRC funded opportunity for PhD research on ‘Creating The Bowes Museum: private collecting, public philanthropy and the art market in the public art museum in Britain and France 1830-1900’.
PhD student Jade French has been highly commended as part of the University’s 2016 Women of Achievement awards.
The Centre for Critical Studies in Museums, Galleries and Heritage at the University of Leeds will be taking up temporary residence this month in the Art Gym’s immersive boxing ring as part of Tate Collective Liverpool’s takeover of the gallery.
This free, one-day event will bring together postgraduate students from across all Faculties of the University in order to explore and articulate the impact of their research and how it relates to the concept of ‘cultural value’.