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Laura Oldfield Ford instal shot: Alpha Isis Eden, Showroom London 2017

Visiting Artist’s Talk – Laura Oldfield Ford

2nd October 2017, 2.00pm3.30pm

Laura Oldfield Ford's work explores contested spaces, landscape, architecture and memory by reworking the practice of the ‘dérive’ or drift as a subjective process of mapping territory, one that enacts forms of social antagonism.

September 2017

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Left image: Make up fix, (c) Olivia Loker, 2017; Right: Waiting Room, (c) Zoë Carlon, 2017

FUAM Graduate Art Prize 2017 - exhibition

8th August 20174th November 2017

BA Fine Art graduates Zoë Carlon and Olivia Loker have been shortlisted for this year’s FUAM Graduate Art Prize which showcases the work of four recent art students from the School of Fine Art, History of Art & Cultural Studies and the School of Design.

THIS IS A VOICE

11th August 201728th January 2018

Work by Sam Belinfante, Academic Fellow in Fine Art and Curatorial Practice, is part of a Wellcome Collection exhibition touring to Sydney this summer.
'ARCHIVE', a touring exhibition of 55 artists' books, curated by Chris Taylor and John McDowall, 2003

Curatorial Practices in Focus

27th September 2017, 2.00pm4.00pm

Featuring a diverse selection of curatorial theorists and practitioners connected to the School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies, this seminar will highlight some key current debates in the practice and theory of curating.
Left image: Make up fix, (c) Olivia Loker, 2017; Right: Waiting Room, (c) Zoë Carlon, 2017

Prize-giving: FUAM Graduate Art Prize 2017

27th September 2017, 5.30pm6.30pm

Official announcement of the winner of the FUAM Graduate Art Prize 2017, with artist talk to follow. Finalists include recent BA Fine Art graduates Zoë Carlon and Olivia Loker.
PAPER_ performance and workshop organised by CAVE

PAPER — workshop and performance

27th September 2017, 6.30pm9.00pm

Join us for this workshop and performance at The Hepworth Wakefield, organised by the Centre for Audio Visual Experimentation (CAVE).
Images from the Bowes Museum collections, from left: The Bowes Museum No X.6102; The Bowes Museum No B.M.29; The Bowes Museum No B.M.300

Talk ― John and Joséphine Bowes: Taste and collecting in nineteenth-century Paris

5th October 2017, 2.00pm

PhD students Simon Spier (University of Leeds) and Lindsay Macnaughton (University of Durham) will explore the story of John and Joséphine Bowes fascination with the Far East through the objects from The Bowes Museum's collection.
Open days 2017

Undergraduate open days 2017

7th October 2017 (all day)

Find out more about life at Leeds.
Image inside the Henry Moore Institute

Work in Progress ― workshop

20th October 2017 (all day)

All PhD students and staff in the School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies working in the areas of museums, galleries and heritage are invited to share their work at this one day workshop.