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A Spire sculpture ©Ben Harris, 2015.

The University campus is home to an extensive range of public art, and our new Public Art Project aims to make these works on campus more visible and accessible to everyone. 

The Public Art programme for 2016 focuses on the University's rich textile heritage as part of Yorkshire Year of the Textile. You can also browse our public art online and discover more about the sculptural works in our collection and their individual histories.

The updated 2016 version of the Public Art Trail is now available to download, and can be picked up from The Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery from 18th May. The updated trail includes new sculptures such as the recently re-instated Hubert Dalwood relief, and the Grade II listed 'A Celebration of Engineering Sciences' by Allan Johnson. 

Find out more about Public Art on Campus.

Three people viewing the public art trail map. Copyright: Ben Harris Download the new Campus Art Trail map
William Gott - Pattern Book, 1815The Yorkshire Year of the Textile celebrates the rich textile heritage of the region through research, engagement activities and artistic commissions. Read about the Yorkshire Year of the Textile in the new Culture on Campus Guide. Supported by Arts Council England

Public Art on campus is supported by a lively programme of events, including Public Art Shorts, round-table discussions and creative workshops.  

Visit our events pages for further details.

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