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Souvenirs from the British Isles

7th December 201616th December 2016

Souvenirs from the British Isles is the culmination of an exploration into art and anthropology, specifically relating to tourist art and souvenirs. Curated by PhD candidate Louise Atkinson. Private view 7 December.

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Treasures of the Brotherton Take 5

Take 5: At the Treasures Gallery

28th October 201617th December 2016

Take a break, pick up one of six stories and take a closer look at an object in the Treasures of the Brotherton Gallery.
Artwork by Jacob Bennett 2016. Inspired by Marie Hartley's style and work (detail)

Marie Hartley: A Glimpse of Yorkshire

29th October 201617th December 2016

An exhibition showcasing a selection of the vast number of artworks by Marie Hartley in the University's art collection, curated by MA Art Gallery and Museum Studies students.
Keith Wilson, Sign for Art (Stelae), 2014 (detail)

Creating Communities: The Secret Lives of Sculptures

29th October 201617th December 2016

A display showing the development of a selection of campus sculptures, curated by MA Art Gallery and Museum Studies students.
Image inside the Henry Moore Institute

Future of Art History A Level Roundtable

7th December 2016, 5.00pm6.30pm

A round table discussion led by Professor Abigail Harrison Moore, School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies.
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Metal, Extreme Music and the Holocaust - Symposium

12th December 2016, 10.00am6.30pm

A one day symposium to start to make sense of the significance of the Holocaust in metal and other forms of extreme music.
Carmela Gross, EXTRAS, 25 enamelled metal signs (each 20cm x 45cm). Image courtesy of the artist.

Aesthetic Form & Uneven Modernities

14th December 2016, 11.00am6.00pm

We invite you to a programme of events as part of the Aesthetic Form & Uneven Modernities project.
Detail from The National Gallery when at Mr JJ Angersteins House Pall Mall 1824-34 Frederick MacKenzie c. Victoria and Albert Museum

Private Collecting and Public Display: Art Markets and Museums

30th March 201731st March 2016

A conference at the University of Leeds, organised by the Centre for the Study of the Art and Antiques Market.