‘Sense of line’ – Exhibition of drawings by Imtiaz Dharkar – 2019
An example of a grant that assisted an artist/poet and also contributed to students' learning experience.
The Leeds Phil & Lit grant was used to frame prints by artist and poet Imtiaz Dharker, a British woman of South Asian background. Students on a postgraduate course took part in the interpretation, installation and evaluation of the project.
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The 2023 Leeds Phil & Lit Annual General Meeting and Dinner
The 2023 Leeds Phil & Lit Annual General Meeting & Dinner
The 2023 Annual General Meeting
Take your role as a member in overseeing the report of the last year’s activities and helping to set the path for the next year.
Nano comes to life – Stoner Colloquium 17:15 on 30 Nov at University of Leeds – Sonia Contera, Professor of Biological Physics, University of Oxford
How nanotechnology ushers physics into biology, transforming medicine, the future of biology and… computing
The Society makes grants both to individuals and to organisations in support of cultural and scientific activities which increase innovation, outreach and diversity in Leeds and its immediate area. It also supports local museums and galleries and publications relating to the city.
Since 1819, the Phil & Lit has been inviting the people of Leeds to hear from knowledgeable and entertaining speakers. Many are leaders in their field of science, arts or current affairs. We also hold an annual Science Fair and organise occasional visits.