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To illustrate the importance of the Race Relations Act 1965 the School of Law curated an exhibition on the evolution of equality law in Britain, featuring a banner that previously hung in Parliament.

Drop in and draw with us every Friday afternoon. Be inspired by our 'Friday Focus' which changes each week and take advantage of the stools and materials provided to sit back and sketch.

400 years after the death of William Shakespeare, this special exhibition displays for the first time in one place the rare Shakespeare materials left to Leeds University Library by Lord Brotherton.

An exhibition exploring the exploring the life and haunting work of Hungarian-born, and Yorkshire-adopted artist, György Gordon.

Members of Staff and Postgraduate Researchers from Classics present aspects of their research that link the ancient and modern worlds for a general audience.

‘Talking Stone’ is an artist’s response to a Neolithic cup marked rock known as the ‘Badger Stone’ on Ilkley Moor.