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The Russian Revolution in 1917 dramatically changed the course of world history. This exhibition explores the eyewitness accounts of British families who were caught up in the tumultuous event.

An exhibition of artists' books from Special Collections which explores thematic, visual and other formal relationships between books produced over time. Free and open to all.

A touring art exhibition celebrating the sculpture and drawings of Kenneth Armitage in the 1950s. Guest curated by Ann Elliott and supported by the Kenneth Armitage Foundation.

Ma?gorzata Dobrzyniecka - Kojder and Magdalena Kacperska (Academy of Fine Arts, Lodz, Poland) showcase their work exploring visual methods of conveying principles governing painterly composition

This exhibition celebrates ‘katagami’: Japanese resist dyeing stencils. Although produced simply as tools, in recent years the katagami have come to be appreciated as beautiful objects themselves.

This free exhibition traces the origins of Leeds parks, reveals how people use them today, and explores their future prospects. It also showcases a new collection of park images through time.