Part One in a series of articles looking at we how we must create culture for ourselves, and what the future, post-pandemic, holds for culture as an essential part of living in the 21st Century.
We are, as a rule, a social species and the idea of isolating oneself, or even a family group, away from the rest of society for an indefinite period of time is probably one of the cruelest requests that could be made of many people. Even the most anti-social behaviour is at it’s heart a social act; rarely do people set out to behave badly on their own, more often than not there is a pack instinct that draws people together based on shared values
The Tetley Weekender is an annual micro-festival that takes its inspiration from the gallery’s next exhibition, with activities for all the family, artist-led performances, events and talks, plus great food and drink. It’s a perfect introduction to everything they do at The Tetley and it all takes place this coming
Alisia Casper and her show Homolonius II – Lost In General is the latest exhibition at Basement Arts Project, Leeds’ smallest art gallery. Bruce and Debs Davies have turned the cellar of their terraced house into an arts space. Alisia Casper is a prolific artist, so on this occasion the pictures