Artist’s House 45 has seen a number of artists pass through it over the years; some of you may remember the monthly ‘Trajectory of the Everyday’ column by Lloyd and Wilson from the pages of South Leeds Life. Over time, the artists that have engaged with the house and its
Artist House 45, run by East Street Arts, is a back to back terrace house in Beeston exploring the impact of long term artist residencies. Silvia Liebig, from Leeds’ twin city Dortmund in Germany, is currently living and working at Artist House 45. Artists are invited to spend time with
Ever wanted to make an animation? Build a life-sized architectural structure? Produce experimental music with field recordings? Or help paint a mural? This August, Rowland Road Working Men’s Club are hosting a number of free, creative workshops and community events including a car boot sale. Introduction to Animation with Leeds
Get a professional portrait taken for free this weekend and next (30 November – 8 December 2018) at Artist House 45 in Beeston. Artist House 45 is a project run by East Street Arts who invite artists to come and live in the Beeston community and make art with them.
Leeds is all set for an unprecedented Advent this year, with an immersive art and lights trail bringing added sparkle, originality and innovation to the city centre over the festive season. Christmas In Leeds is something new; a trail of art, light and magic for all ages, designed to guide
Two people have recently moved into a house in the Garnets area of Beeston. Nothing unusual there, except that Toby Lloyd and Andrew Wilson are ‘artists in residents’, employed by East Street Arts to work with local residents over the next year. Here they introduce themselves by summarising a few
Basement Arts Project, the art gallery in the basement of Bruce and Debs Davies’ Beeston home, is hosting a new exhibition by Samela Otoviç called ‘It Will Come To Me’. The work of Samela Otoviç is concerned primarily with the effect of light and space on people’s perception of
Bulb Bonanza Groundwork Leeds are giving away 80,000 daffodil bulbs to groups around the city. The bulbs are to be planted in school grounds, community centres, youth clubs, roadsides, etc. Groups need to apply by 27th September, stating exactly where they wish to plant the bulbs. You can download