MAKING HISTORIES VISIBLE
Making Histories Visible is an interdisciplinary visual art research project based in the Centre for Contemporary Art
(School of Art, Design and Performance) at the University of Central Lancashire.
We are building on the success of our distinct areas of international excellence in contemporary art research.
The project is led by Lubaina Himid MBE Professor of Contemporary Art and is supported by
Research Fellow Contemporary Art and Christine Eyene Guild Research Fellow
with museums to interrogate collections in innovative ways.
and preserving evidence of artists’ practice.
hidden social histories through creative visual practice.
information with larger partnership organisations and smaller groups committed to the development of new ways of writing about, making
and showing contemporary art internationally.
with students both undergraduate and postgraduate, to encourage new ways to develop their own practice based research.
British newspapers and their representation of black people
An exploration of the contribution of black visual art to the cultural landscape. Drawings and Prints by artists of the black diaspora.