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An old fashioned suitcase which is laid down on its side

Moving Here: Making a Home in Leeds

May 24, 2019 - January 03, 2020

Venue: Leeds City Museum

Monday:
closed

Tuesday to Friday:
10am-5pm

Weekends:
11am-5pm

Bank holidays:
11am-5pm

Moving Here: Making a Home in Leeds is a community display which looks at the things people have brought with them to Leeds.

The words Untold Stories, The Leeds Irish Community sits above 3 black and white group photographs of people.

Untold Stories – The Irish in Leeds

September 17, 2019 - January 05, 2020

Venue: Leeds City Museum

Monday:
closed

Tuesday to Friday:
10am-5pm

Weekends:
11am-5pm

Bank holidays:
11am-5pm

Discover the history of the Irish community in Leeds over the past 200 years in Untold Stories - The Irish in Leeds.

Coloured felt draped across steel beams

The Doffer and the Fancy: Re-imagining the Machine

June 29, 2019 - December 29, 2019

Venue: Leeds Industrial Museum

Monday:
closed

Tuesday to Saturday:
10am-5pm

Sunday:
1-5pm

Bank holidays:
10am-5pm

Discover new sculpture works made from felt and created by artist Helen Riddle in the exhibition, The Doffer and the Fancy.

New Contemporaries

Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2019

September 14, 2019 - November 17, 2019

Venue: Leeds Art Gallery

Monday:
closed

Tuesday to Saturday:
10am-5pm

Sunday:
11am-3pm

Celebrating their 70th anniversary, New Contemporaries launches in Leeds for the very first time.

A banner for the exhibition 'A city and its welcome:three centuries of migrating to Leeds'

A City and its Welcome: Three Centuries of Migrating to Leeds

July 12, 2019 - January 05, 2020

Venue: Leeds City Museum

Monday:
closed

Tuesday to Friday:
10am-5pm

Weekends:
11am-5pm

Bank holidays:
11am-5pm

A City and its Welcome: Three Centuries of Migrating to Leeds is the Museum's current special exhibition. It tells the stories of people who have moved to Leeds over the past three centuries.

a black and white photograph featuring 3 miners standing next to machinery.

Blot on the Landscape

May 10, 2019 - November 03, 2019

Venue: Temple Newsam

Monday:
closed (including school holidays)

Tuesday to Sunday:
10.30am-5pm

Blot on the Landscape tells the stories of the miners, their families and the impact on the wider community of Temple Newsam during turbulent times.

50 Years in the Making at Lotherton

50 Years in the Making

March 01, 2019 - October 20, 2019

Venue: Lotherton

March to October
Hall and Wildlife World: 10am-5pm
Last entry: 4.15pm

November to February
Hall and Wildlife World: 10am-4pm
Last entry: 3.15pm

Lotherton will celebrate its extraordinary collection and explore how the hall has changed through half a century of public ownership.

A swing, poison bottle and carbolic powder tin

Exhibition: Danger Zone

January 26, 2019 - December 31, 2019

Venue: Abbey House Museum

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday – Friday and Sunday:
10am – 5pm
Last admission: 4.30pm

Saturday:
12 – 5pm
Last admission: 4.30pm

Bank holidays:
10am – 5pm
Last admission: 4.30pm

From hidden hazards to perilous poisons, Danger Zone explores alarming accidents, flammable fashions and treacherous toys through our collections.

Fashion Forward at Lotherton

Fashion Forward

March 01, 2019 - October 20, 2019

Venue: Lotherton

March to October
Hall and Wildlife World: 10am-5pm
Last entry: 4.15pm

November to February
Hall and Wildlife World: 10am-4pm
Last entry: 3.15pm

Lotherton Fashion Galleries will host some of Britain’s most exciting contemporary talent, showcasing catwalk fashions by those who are making their names on the international fashion scene.

End of an Era Exhibition at Lotherton

End of an Era

March 01, 2019 - October 20, 2019

Venue: Lotherton

March to October
Hall and Wildlife World: 10am-5pm
Last entry: 4.15pm

November to February
Hall and Wildlife World: 10am-4pm
Last entry: 3.15pm

End of an Era, curated by Lotherton volunteers, looks at the last members of the Gascoigne family who gave Lotherton to the city of Leeds.

Display: He She They? The Changing Face of Children’s Fashion at Abbey house Museum

He She They? The Changing Face of Children’s Fashion

February 02, 2019 - January 19, 2020

Venue: Abbey House Museum

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday – Friday and Sunday:
10am – 5pm
Last admission: 4.30pm

Saturday:
12 – 5pm
Last admission: 4.30pm

Bank holidays:
10am – 5pm
Last admission: 4.30pm

He She They? is a community inspired exhibition co-curated by The Vintage Youth Club, the resident youth group based at Abbey House Museum.

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