As the summer wanders slowly towards the autumn, the kids go back to school and the nights start to draw in towards the onset of winter, come and join BasementArtsProject for the second half of our 2023 programme.
A long time member of the Jamyang Leeds community, being one of the members of its first committee, Susan Carr was an artist, designer, quiltmaker and also a psychotherapist and life coach. She was also a dedicated spiritual practitioner, actively engaged in four separate spiritual traditions (Buddhism, Christianity, Hindu Tantra
Paul Grist, a teacher and artist from Beeston, showed me round his current exhibition in the atrium of Bexley Wing at St James’s Hospital, Yorkshire’s regional cancer centre. The space is both a peaceful, quiet space and busy thoroughfare where, as Paul puts it “you will see all of life:
Middleton Park Baptist Church on Middleton Park Avenue (LS10 4HT) are holding a Free Community Art cafe and Exhibition which will be open to the public every Saturday and Thursday from 1-4pm running from 12 March to 7 April. It is part of a community initiative to provide a friendly
On Friday 2 April 2021 BasementArtsProject turned 10 years old. Our first ever project was ‘This Is Our House‘ by artist Kimbal Bumstead. As we threw open our kitchen door on that warm April evening 10 years ago, little did we know that we would be creating a project in