In this guest blog post, Claudia Sternberg reveals why 'In Their Footsteps' is such a significant exhibition
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World Cultures Curator Antonia Lovelace gives a sneak preview of the new Dying Matters display at Leeds City Museum
Death is perhaps the one experience that unites people the world over. But even though every person experiences death…
Ellie Smith and D’arcy Darilmaz from the Leeds City Museum youth curators group the Preservative Party share their tips for curating an exhibition!
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The Leeds Tiger over at Leeds City Museum is one of our best-loved exhibits, but how did it get here and was it really once a rug?
Thanks to some amazing research by Ebony Andrews, (in her PhD thesis ‘The Biographical Afterlife of the…
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Artist Jenni Danson reveals the work behind making The Curve, her new sculpture specially designed for Leeds City Museum.
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As we mark the centenary of the Battle of the Somme, Emma our Conservator reveals the medal awarded to veterans of the battle.
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