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.
Opening in Spring
Exhibition in Galleries 1, 2 and 3
This group exhibition will explo...
This series of films highlights five of the artists taking part in our latest exhibition, Portable Sculpture.
3–31 March 2021
Online series of talks and discussions, centred on our current research interests in monuments and their historical and geopolitical legacies.
Available to watch from 3 March
Free online lecture by Dr Martin Zebracki, no booking required
Available to watch from 10 March
Free online lecture by Dr Klairi Angelou, no booking required
Available to watch from 17 March
Free online lecture by Dr Nathaniel Adam Tobias
Coleman, no booking required
We've been working with artists to create a series of inspiring art activities you can do from home.
We moved our series of lectures, symposia and discussions for Paloma Varga Weisz: Bumped Body online. You can still watch all the original presentations, and recordings of the live discussion events will be available online soon.
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.
Following the announcement of new coronavirus restrictions in England, we have decided to reopen the sculpture gardens at Henry Moore’s home on Saturdays and Sundays until Christmas 2020.
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, 19 October 2020
We've linked up with Leeds Arts University to celebrate 100 years since Henry Moore started studying sculpture in Leeds. This display in the Institute's library features Henry Moore's student notebooks and archive images from his time at art school.
Sunday, 20 September 2020
Marking the 80th anniversary of Henry Moore's move to Perry Green, in 1940.
Friday, 18 September 2020
This week, learn more about Katie Schwab's research-based practice into underrepresented histories of domestic and civic design, Leo Fitzmaurice's interest in the everyday, Liam Fallon's exploration of queer culture, and Lilah Fowler's interpretations of the intertwining of digital and material worlds.
Friday, 11 September 2020
This week we're highlighting Jasleen Kaur's hybrid objects and ongoing exploration of cultural malleability, Jill McKnight's storytelling through sculpture, Joanne Masding's interest in our relationship with cultural objects, and how Kathryn Ashill's work pursues the theatrical in the everyday.
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.
Wednesday, 1 July 2020
In response to recent, historic and ongoing injustice, we would like to express our solidarity with the Black community. At the Henry Moore Foundation, we will stand against oppression and inequality. We are committed to contributing to a sector and a society that must become inclusive, anti-racist and free of prejudice.
Friday, 22 May 2020
Our Curator will help judge a new residency based at Benjamin Britten's former home.
Thursday, 21 May 2020
An update on Henry Moore Foundation venues and Covid-19
Wednesday, 20 May 2020
Watch a virtual tour of a contemporary art exhibition at Salisbury Cathedral, featuring Henry Moore's 'Large Reclining Figure'
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.