MA students from the School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies have curated nine new online exhibitions using a range of open access collections.
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MA students from the School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies have curated eight new online exhibitions using a range of open access collections.
Consent, Coercion and Constraint is a new online exhibition which explores the intricacies of women’s freedom, consent, coercion and constraint using objects of beauty, female reproduction and health.
Dr Helen Graham reflects on the second year MA students have developed online exhibitions for Interpretations — a core mode for MA Art Gallery and Museum Studies, MA Arts Management and Heritage Studies, and MA Curating Science.
Small Objects Big Protest: Everyday Objects Infused with Messages of Protest is an online exhibition which presents how protests are carried out through everyday objects that contain protest messages from 1770 to the present.
Postgraduate students from the University of Leeds have launched their exhibition The Value of the Unknown, an online display that will question and show art from unknown artists.
Launching this month, A Matter of Taste: How Artistic Representations of Families Have Been Shaped at The Yale Center for British Art is a new online exhibition exploring the representation of the family structure and family life.
Personal Belongings: On Display is a new online exhibition which reflects on the ways personal items in museums have shed light on the soft boundary between the private and the public.
Constructing Colonialism: The Power of the Written Word is a new online exhibition curated by MA students, exploring the impact of what we say, and how we say it.
Dissecting History is a new online exhibition which explores how the ethical changes to medical research on humans have impacted that research, and how those changes might affect future research.