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Andy Abbott - The bRadford Thing (2015)

Art’s Use in the Real World: Art-Action Research in Bradford 2012-2017

22nd November 2017, 12.30pm2.00pm

Join us for the latest in our autumn research seminar series when welcome speaker Andy Abbott ― artist, curator, musician, writer and Producer Music and Visual Arts at University of Bradford.

Heritage Show + Tell

21st November 2017, 5.00pm7.00pm

Heritage Show + Tell is a chance for people passionate about heritage in Yorkshire to come together and share their work, get feedback on ideas and meet new collaborators. Everyone welcome: community heritage groups, freelancers, museum professionals, archivists, students and academics.
Image © Trustees of the British Museum

Entre filias y fobias: Adapting the British Enlightenment in the 18th-Century Spanish Press

20th November 2017, 5.30pm

The Eighteenth Century Studies Seminar with speaker Dr Leticia Villamediana González, University of Warwick.
Emma Talbot, painting detail. Courtesy the artist.

Visiting Artist’s Talk – Emma Talbot

20th November 2017, 2.00pm3.30pm

Emma Talbot's work explores personal experience and internal narratives via a range of media, incorporating painting on silk, drawing and installation.
Image showing Tom Beesley's Sifting Defunct Modernity exhibition, Project Space 2017

All Ears listening club

16th November 2017, 8.00pm11.00pm

A one-off special of the All Ears listening club to coincide with practice-led PhD student Tom Beesley's exhibition, Sifting Defunct Modernity.
Helen Storey’s Dress For Our Time: At St Pancras International, 2015. Photo by David Betteridge; modelled by Louise.

Life on the Outskirts: Workshop at The Tetley, Leeds

16th November 2017, 11.00am3.00pm

This workshop exploring creative archives is part of an AHRC-funded research project between The University of Leeds, Manchester Metropolitan University and the Helen Storey Foundation.
Image courtesy of Ceren Opzinar

Politics of Writing Art Histories in Turkey: Nil Yalter and The Round House

15th November 2017, 12.30pm2.00am

Join us for the latest in our autumn research seminar series when we welcome art historian Dr Ceren Ozpinar, a Newton Fellow at the University of Sussex.
Leonardo_da_Vinci_or_Boltraffio_(attrib)_Salvator_Mundi_circa_1500 (detail). Source Wikimedia Commmons.

Historic and Contemporary Issues in the Art Market ― The Sale of the Century

13th November 2017, 3.00pm4.00pm

This seminar will focus on the debates surrounding the sale of the Leonardo da Vinci painting 'Salvator Mundi' which is to be sold by Christie's New York on 15 November 2017.

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