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What's on

See our current exhibitions and upcoming events at the Henry Moore Institute, Leeds.

We’re open year round, always free of charge.

Current exhibitions

Free entry, open Tuesday to Sunday, 10:00–17:00.

Hany Armanious: Stone Soup
A sculpture of a table tennis on a stand which appears to be made from upright bottle corks

Exhibition

Hany Armanious: Stone Soup

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Sculpture Galleries
Henry Moore Institute, Leeds
Sculpting Royalty: Hew Locke and Mary Thornycroft

Exhibition

Sculpting Royalty: Hew Locke and Mary Thornycroft

Study Gallery
Henry Moore Institute, Leeds
Collections in Conversation: Westminster Abbey's Monuments in the Henry Moore Institute Library

Library display

Collections in Conversation: Westminster Abbey's Monuments in the Henry Moore Institute Library

Sculpture Research Library
Henry Moore Institute, Leeds
Sculpture Photographed: A View from the Archive of Sculptors’ Papers

Exhibition

Sculpture Photographed: A View from the Archive of Sculptors’ Papers

Archive Gallery
Leeds Art Gallery, UK
A History of Sculpture in Leeds

Exhibition

A History of Sculpture in Leeds

The Mezzanine
Leeds Art Gallery, UK

Upcoming events

We hold talks, conferences and family-friendly workshops at our venue in Leeds, with partner organisations, and online.

Events respond to our exhibitions, or form part of our current research season.

Curator’s Tour of Hany Armanious: Stone Soup
Close-up detail of a sculpture comprised of a piece of white board with upside-down stickers of cats on.
Part of Hany Armanious: Stone Soup
Part of Hany Armanious: Stone Soup

Guided tour

Curator’s Tour of Hany Armanious: Stone Soup

18:00–19:00

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Henry Moore Institute, Leeds
The Enduring Appeal and Fear of Indexicality and Origins
Sculpture of leaves scattered around a polystyrene box
Part of Hany Armanious: Stone Soup
Part of Hany Armanious: Stone Soup

Lecture

The Enduring Appeal and Fear of Indexicality and Origins

18:00–19:00

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Henry Moore Institute, Leeds
Sensory Innovations and Creativity in the Arts
A woman is raising her hand to touch metal sculptures hanging from the ceiling. There are seven of them, each a vertical slice cut from a bell.
Part of Beyond the Visual
Part of Beyond the Visual

Early career research symposium

Sensory Innovations and Creativity in the Arts

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Henry Moore Institute, Leeds
Blindness and Expanded Sculpture
A ring of metal, roughly 30cm in diameter, hanging on a loop of string. A hand is steadying the ring, while a second hand is poised to strike it with a small, square hammer.
Part of Beyond the Visual
Part of Beyond the Visual

Conference

Blindness and Expanded Sculpture

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Leeds Art Gallery, UK
Collaborative Audio Description
Part of Beyond the Visual
Part of Beyond the Visual

Workshop

Collaborative Audio Description

10:00–15:30

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Yorkshire Sculpture Park

Future exhibitions

The Traumatic Surreal
A ceramic sculpture of a brown dog standing upright and staring to the right. Soft cream gauze bandage spills from its stomach and back.

Exhibition

The Traumatic Surreal

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Sculpture Galleries
Henry Moore Institute, Leeds

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Henry Moore Institute

74 The Headrow
Leeds
LS1 3AH
United Kingdom

T:  01132 467 467
E:  reception@henry-moore.org