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John Cage, One11 and 103, 1992 (Courtesy Electronic Arts Intermix)

John Cage's One11 and 103

30th June 20172nd July 2017

On the occasion of Performing Indeterminacy, an international Conference taking place in the School of Music, we are excited to present John Cage's extraordinary One11 and 103.

June 2017

Heart shaped glasses (Sophie King)

Cut Cloth: Contemporary Textiles and Feminism

9th June 201729th July 2017

This exhibition brings together 10 artists working with textiles and feminist themes, including BA Fine Art alumna Sarah-Joy Ford and practice-led PhD student Bethan Hughes.
Alex Martinis Roe: It was an unusual way of doing politics there were friendships loves gossip tears flowers... 2014

To Become Two (2016) by Alex Martinis Roe

30th June 2017, 4.00pm7.00pm

A screening of To Become Two (2016, 120 min) by Alex Martinis Roe, followed by Q&A with the artist.
Heart shaped glasses (Sophie King)

Cut Cloth Book Launch at The Whitworth Art Gallery

6th July 2017, 5.00pm9.00pm

An evening to celebrate the Cut Cloth project, led by BA Fine Art alumna Sarah-Joy Ford, including the launch of a new book.
Image for Don't Blow It workshop_Sarah Corbett

Don't Blow It: Handkerchief Workshop with Sarah Corbett

8th July 2017, 11.00am1.00pm

A workshop organised in connection with Cut Cloth, an Arts Council funded project exploring contemporary textiles and feminism led by BA Fine Art alumna Sarah-Joy Ford.
Image of new School building

Plan • Prepare • Provide ― Art Teachers Residential

10th July 201712th July 2017

This 2.5 day residential course at the University of Leeds offers a unique opportunity for teachers and their schools to improve their delivery of both academic and practical art lessons.
Imtiaz Dharker, Alif, The Opening 10, 2005. Pen and ink on hand made paper.

Sense of Line – Drawings by Imtiaz Dharker

13th July 20172nd August 2017

Sense of Line is an exhibition of drawings by artist, poet and documentary film-maker Imtiaz Dharker. Curated by Alchemy in partnership with MA students from the School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies.
Imtiaz Dharker, You touch me and I change, 2013 (detail). Pen and ink on hand made paper.

Sense of Line Salon

13th July 2017, 4.00pm5.30pm

An event organised by arts organisation Alchemy in connection with the Sense of Line exhibition.