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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A new blog post by MA student Anthony Ioannou reviews (Un)Defining Queer – an exhibition curated by alumni Dominic Bilton which ran at The Whitworth Gallery in Manchester throughout 2023.
Postgraduate Researcher Stuart Bowes looks back over the three years of his PhD with the Royal Armouries and the University of Leeds. After three years, 83,000 words, and one global pandemic, I have just submitted my PhD thesis for examination.
Placements in Context is a module offered to our MA students to develop projects with external partner organisations from the museum, galleries and heritage world.
In a new blog post, Postgraduate Researcher Stuart Bowes reflects on the growing intersection of his key research themes, as his collaborative PhD with the Royal Armouries draws to a close.
Postgraduate Researcher Dominic Bilton will be speaking about the exhibition (Un)Defining Queer at this year’s Queer Heritage and Collections Network Symposium.
Stuart Bowes recounts his experience of presenting the current findings of his PhD at the European Registrars Conference 2022.
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.
Postgraduate Researcher Stuart Bowes shares his initial impressions of his hands-on training as a museum registrar at the Royal Armouries.
We are currently advertising a full funded PhD in collaboration with the National Science and Media Museum in Bradford. The PhD is titled Inside-out and outside-in: Participatory Methods for Science and Technology Collections.