Events

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Images of antiques: pair of Chelsea candlesticks; Statuette Meleager Antico Mantua; bronze mask.

This new exhibition at The Bowes Museum, curated by Dr Mark Westgarth, looks at the role of antiques dealers over the last 200 years.

The DJ Radical Sista hosting a day-timer in a Bradford nightclub during their heyday in the 1990s.

Above the Noise is a new exhibition bringing together 15 stories from Bradford in a variety of forms — from words and photographs to sound installations and new artworks.

Training, Citizenship and Performance workshop

Can performer training be used to promote, support or enhance citizenship? Join us for an afternoon of conversation, practical workshops and panel presentations that will tackle key questions.

LAHRI

This conference is sponsored by the Centre for Aesthetics and the British Society for Aesthetics.

A Beatles Greatest Hits LP amongst classical LPs

Is the concept of ‘selling out’ still relevant for popular music culture and what does the case of popular music tell us about the reach and power of commercialism?

Group of people with their hand raised to ask a question

Simon Hewitt (Leeds) will give a presentation on: Understanding religious language: beyond representationalism. All welcome!

  • One day event
  • Reoccuring events