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Portrait of Ann Coxon. Courtesy Tate, London.

Visiting Artist’s Talk – Ann Coxon

29th January 2018, 2.00pm3.30pm

Ann Coxon is Curator of Displays and International Art at Tate Modern, London.
Alina Szapocznikow: Human Landscapes exhibition at The Hepworth, Wakefield. Photo by Guzelian.

Paradox and Absurdity: Alina Szapocznikow and the Body in Crisis

27th January 2018, 10.30am4.45pm

A one-day conference with talks exploring Alina Szapocznikow's place in the history of twentieth-century sculpture.
Image: Francesca Anfossi

Francesca Anfossi — Implements for Distraction

26th January 201817th February 2018

An new exhibition in our Project Space, hosted by the Centre for Audio Visual Experimentation (CAVE).
Image: Francesca Anfossi

Burns Night Interactive — Private View for Francesca Anfossi's Implements for Distraction

25th January 2018, 6.00pm8.00pm

You are invited to a special Burns Night interactive, black and beige, rough and smooth, empty and filling supper experience — on the occasion of 'Implements for Distraction', an exhibition by Francesca Anfossi in our Project Space.
Francesca Anfonssi & Sally Lloyd Thomas, Stiltsville (2015). Image courtesy of Camden Arts Centre

Visiting Artist’s Talk – Francesca Anfossi

22nd January 2018, 2.00pm3.30pm

Francesca Anfossi was born in Italy and lives and works in London. She has exhibited both nationally and internationally, participating in various creative collaborations.
Image source: https://www.pexels.com/photo/art-building-grass-architecture-137038/

Making Space for Participative Practice

19th January 2018, 11.00am4.30pm

We invite you to join us for a workshop exploring the question: How do you create more space for the community engagement work you do?
[dis] junction: MA Fine Art exhibition

[dis] junction:

17th January 201820th January 2018

An exhibition of new work-in-progress by 11 artists currently taking the MA in Fine Art at the University of Leeds.
Meet Pamela, (with work by Bronwen Buckeridge, Laura Buckley, Laura Morrison, Amy Stephens) at Project Space Leeds, November 2009 - February 2010. Photo: Simon Warner.

Artist-led Research Group (ARG)

16th January 2018, 6.00pm

The Artist-led Research Group (ARG) is a voluntary initiative, collaboratively re-examining artist-led initiatives in the visual arts and working towards an international symposium and associated programme in Leeds.

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