What's on at our venues
What's on at our venues
Our central Leeds venue is a world recognised centre for the study and enjoyment of sculpture. Hosting a varied programme of exhibitions and events, the Henry Moore Institute is also home to an invaluable sculpture research library and archive.
17 Sep 2021 – 16 Jan 2022
Exhibition in Galleries 1, 2 and 3
This exhibition by Julia Crabtre...
17 Sep 2021 – 23 Jan 2022
Exhibition in Gallery 4
A rare opportunity to see Henry ...
Every Wednesday throughout September we will present new research around monuments in a variety of forms, in a series of pre-recorded lectures, podcasts and artists' films.
Wednesday, 22 September 2021
Podcast by Dr Nathaniel Adam Tobias
Coleman, launching online at 6pm. Part of our Monuments Research Season.
Experience Henry Moore's iconic work against the backdrop of the beautiful Hertfordshire countryside with a visit to the artist's former home, studios and sculpture garden.
19 May – 31 October 2021
Explore the role of touch and th...
31 March – 31 October 2021
Wednesdays to Sundays & Bank Holidays, 11am - 5pm
Visit the sculpture gardens at H...
Wednesday, 8 September 2021
Bradford-based artist, whose work spans sculpture and installation with a focus on materiality, process and the body in space, awarded two-year post based within the University.
Wednesday, 2 June 2021
Yorkshire Sculpture International announces Summer 2021 programme of commissions and projects across Leeds and Wakefield.
Sunday, 7 March 2021
This spring, the Foundation is delighted to announce that it was able to confirm support for 26 projects from around the world, including the forthcoming exhibitions Senga Nengudi: Topologies at Philadelphia Museum of Art; Grinling Gibbons: Centuries in the Making at Compton Verney; and Emii Alrai: Hunting Traps and Other Ensnarements at Eastside Projects.
Tuesday, 2 March 2021
We are extremely sad to announce the death of Sir Alan Bowness CBE, former Director of the Henry Moore Foundation.
Monday, 22 February 2021
With great sadness we share that our colleague and friend Gill Armstrong has passed away. Her loss will be felt by so many who have worked with her over the past two decades.
Henry Moore Institute Research Programme
We're delighted to announce the two winners of our Dissertation Prize, who submitted outstanding pieces of writing on sculpture.
Monday, 3 August 2020
Find out more about our new Artist Award Scheme, introduced to directly support 40 artists at a time when other sources of income might no longer be available.
Hundreds of Henry Moore's works can be seen on permanent display in galleries and public spaces across the world. We also help to curate numerous touring exhibitions each year to help bring Moore's work to as wide an audience as possible.