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.
A new online exhibition observes how government and public health bodies have reacted to vaccine resistance over time and how the language they have used to persuade the public has changed from the creation of the first vaccine in the 1790s to the present day.
Since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic, the world’s population has responded by wearing face masks in an attempt to minimise the transmission of the virus. For the vast majority of people, the mask has become a staple of their everyday life.
Dr Helen Graham introduces the exhibitions curated by this year’s MA students as part of their Interpretations module.
A new exhibition curated by MA students considers women’s health and issues of consent in Victorian Leeds
Abagail Bumpus writes about a recently opened exhibition curated by a group of MA Curating Science students as part of an Interpretations module. “It’s wild how much research we did and how little we get to share,” Ciara Johnson says to me as we work on interpretive labels for our Questions of Consent exhibition back…
For the first time, members of the public will be able to learn about the history of the University of Leeds’s Language Centre, in a new temporary exhibition based on materials from its archives.
An exhibition of feminist peaceful protest at Greenham Common and Menwith Hill, exploring how the women’s campaign has shaped future generations, opens in December at the Brotherton Library.
This year’s interpretive projects undertaken by our MA students formally launch today at a celebration event in the School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies.
Step into China – an exhibition of traditional and modern Chinese objects opens at the University of Leeds
A new temporary exhibition exploring the work of the Business Confucius Institute and its work in building a cross-cultural relationship between Chinese and non-Chinese people is on show for two days at the Institute itself on Leeds University campus.