Not to be beaten by the bug, we decided that we would explore ways in which we could continue whilst our access to the Real-World was prohibited.
An Artist on Every Street Corner? We take as our starting point the belief that cities are, in part, formed and reformed by the interplay of different groups and interests – politicians and policy-makers, practitioners and professionals, and residents who all act in their own way as play-makers – as
Located in a terraced family house in Beeston, Basement Arts Project presents its latest exhibition over the next two weekends. Curators Gordon Culshaw and John O’Hare set out to investigate the effect of time and biological and chemical decay on artworks. Artists elected to have their work buried in a
Children at Windmill Primary School in Belle Isle exhibited their artwork based on the Tour de France at an exhibition in school. I was shown round by three pupils: Victoria, Jossar and Joshua. They explained that the whole school, from Reception to Year 6 had worked on the
“Familiar interiors without their people often become spaces of meditation. When alone in them there is something unfamiliar about being in the same familiar room yet again. Memories drift by, time seems to unpick itself and the day becomes night before it is supposed to. These are images of reverie
The folks at South Leeds Academy have plenty to celebrate this week. The school is set for national recognition for a scheme promoting sport and healthy living across south Leeds. Se an excerpt from a school letter from principal Colette Jones below: “I am delighted to inform you that Helen Holdsworth,