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HenryMooreInstitute 20h
We continue our talks series on Wednesday with 'Manifest Presence - Making Human: Sculpture and Anthropology', a talk by Senior Lecturer Will Rea, 6pm in the Seminar Room:
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Rebecca Wade Jul 15
Today's AGM is a great excuse to spend the day . The figures in the Stonemason's Shop were carved by John Throp for the Royal Exchange in Leeds. Built between 1872-75, demolished in 1964. The surviving sculptures were presented to in 1968.
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FAHACS Jul 11
17 July, 6pm: Manifest Presence ― Making Human: Sculpture and Anthropology Dr ― Senior Lecturer in the Art History of Africa ― is the guest speaker at this public lecture Find out more here:
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HenryMooreFoundation Jul 15
Interested applying to ? The next deadline is 12 September. All the details are on our website: MondayMotivation
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HenryMooreInstitute Jul 11
Just announced! Our next exhibition following on from will be a celebration of the career of Edward Allington opening 24 October
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Kirstie Gregory Jul 11
Wonderful, provocative talk by Dr Jeremy Howard from ⁦⁩ last night ⁦⁩ ⭐️available to listen to shortly in our Research Library 🎧next week Dr Will Rea from ⁦⁩ 🗿book here
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HenryMooreInstitute Jul 10
Call For Papers: Homework: artists’ studio homes & their afterlives in Britain & the United States. Deadline for Submission: 12pm Friday 12 July
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Leeds International Film Festival Jul 9
Real to Reel: The Craft Film Festival 2019 features 28 short films exploring the human relationship with making and materials. Join at on Saturday 13 July, 2.30pm.
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HenryMooreInstitute Jul 10
Fantastic artist opportunity
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HenryMooreInstitute Jul 9
Our ‘Sculpture & Anthropology’ talks series for continues tomorrow with a lecture by Dr Jeremy Howard from , 6pm in the Seminar Room. Reserve a place online:
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Yorkshire Sculpture International Jul 9
Book tickets to the symposium! A critical reflection on the 1st Yorkshire Sculpture International with a day of talks by artists, curators, fabricators & educators. Photo: Prudence Cumings
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The Hepworth Wakefield Jul 9
🎈 Happy Birthday to ! 🎈Don't miss Alan Davie & David Hockney: Early Works, a major exhibition at The Hepworth Wakefield which will trace the parallel paths of these major figures of post-war British painting. From 19 Oct 2019 – 19 Jan 2020,
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Yorkshire Sculpture International Jul 9
We're here - find us spreading the word about great in all week on the stand no 698
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University of Leeds Jul 4
Liliane Lijn's Converse Column, a nine-meter high revolving column of transforming words, has been unveiled next to as part of ⬇️
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HenryMooreInstitute Jul 9
Representations of Janus, the Roman god of beginnings & endings (& much more... ) is the focus of this Wednesday's 6pm lecture Book here This image represents Bolshevism and Capitalism, recognise the models?
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Leeds Civic Trust Jul 3
On 11 July as part of we unveil blue plaques for pioneer Catherine Mawer & Mawer Group who provided decorative sculpture on many Leeds Victorian buildings. Sculptors and unveiling. Free but please register:
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Yorkshire Sculpture International Jul 5
On Weds 10 July present The Janus Family: The Axes (of Indices) and Meshes (of Intentionalities) that are the Workings of Sculpture as part of the Sculpture & Anthropology talk series. All talks are free, but booking is recommended:
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Sam Flavin Jul 5
Quick visit to Yorkshire Sculpture International 2019
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HenryMooreInstitute Jul 4
We're lucky to be joined by Tau Lewis who is exhibiting her work as part of as the round table discussion at continues.
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HenryMooreInstitute Jul 4
At this evening exploring the festival provocation ‘sculpture is the most anthropological of the art forms’. Will Rea from offers his thoughts.
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