Community Religions Project: Be Curious

Come and find out more about research at Leeds!

Saturday 25th March 10am-4pm in the Michael Sadler ground floor foyer (University of Leeds) – signs and guides available from Parkinson Court

As part of the annual ‘Be Curious’ Festival, the Community Religions Project will be holding a one day interactive research exhibition. This will be a great chance to engage with the Community Religions Project archive and our student researchers – and is for anyone interested in our religiously diverse community of Leeds.

Help us identify ‘mystery buildings’ in our 1970s photo archive, and to build our knowledge of contemporary religious activity in Leeds. What exciting and unexpected events are happening in Leeds? What changes have you seen while you have been living in Leeds?

Students will be recording some ‘oral history’ accounts from visitors and everyone will have the chance to contribute their experiences, views and memories as part of our growing archive. Over time you might see your contribution added to our website: https://arts.leeds.ac.uk/crp/

Please contact Mel Prideaux (m.j.prideaux@leeds.ac.uk/01133430461) with any enquiries.

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