Faculty of Performance, Visual Arts and Communication

Centre for Critical Studies in Museums, Galleries and Heritage

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Detail from photograph of two women circa 1960s

Ready-made in Yorkshire

12th December 201828th February 2019

This exhibition in collaboration with the Yorkshire Fashion Archive explores Yorkshire's popularity within the clothing industry in the 20th century.

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Painting of a flying figure by Emily Ford.

Rights, Justice, Faith: The Work of Emily Susan Ford

13th December 201823rd February 2019

An exhibition exploring the life of Emily Ford, a painter of the Pre-Raphelite style working and living in Leeds from the mid 19th to the early 20th century, curated by a group of our MA students.

Images of items from Leeds University Libraries Gallery: still life of flowers, sculpture, painting of a woman, Women's War at Work cards

Mastering the Museum ― MA exhibitions at Leeds University Library Galleries

13th December 201823rd February 2019

Discover the work of Emily Susan Ford, explore the history of Public Art on campus, delve into the genre of Still Life and gain a deeper understanding of the legacies of the First World War through these MA student projects.

Image of Fiona Currans work at Gibside: Your Sweetest Empire is to Please. Courtesy Colin Davison Photography.

Contemporary Art in the Heritage Experience

29th July 201930th July 2019

Contemporary Art in the Heritage Experience is a two day conference at the University of Newcastle, delivered as a critical part of the Mapping Contemporary Art in the Heritage Experience project.

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