Just over one hundred years ago Sir Arthur Conan Doyle published the Cottingley fairies photographs in “The Strand Magazine”.
For this week's Visiting Artist's Talk (VAT), we welcome sculptor and performance artist, Jessica Rost.
Sir William Henry Bragg, and his son Lawrence, changed the way we understand the world around us, all from a laboratory at the University of Leeds.
Meet members of the University of Leeds community who will be attending COP26, the United Nations climate negotiations, and share any messages that you would like them to take along.
In this event organised by the Centre for Critical Studies in Museums, Galleries and Heritage, Ed Vaizey will draw on his experience of working with museums as a Conservative Minister of Culture.
Rob Oldfield is back! Join the Galleries' old friend, artist and life drawing tutor extraordinaire in this online life drawing class.
The Claire Chapel in the Emmanuel Centre will be open 1–5pm for people to drop-in and light a candle in memory of a loved one.
This talk is part of the Museum Legitimacies Event Series 2021-22 — political innovation in, against and beyond art galleries, museum and heritage organisations.
Following Michael Saward’s exploration of democracy as a design challenge, this workshop will ask – what democratic design challenges do we face in museums, galleries and heritage?
Professor Carolyn Abbot and Professor Maria Lee join us to discuss their book, Environmental Groups and Legal Expertise.