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A new digital event space that will showcase artists from across the city talent to the city. Trinity Stage will feature a rotating collection of work from artists and performers.
The former Topshop storefront on Briggate is transformed into ‘Trinity Stage’, complete with an impressive 6m wide digital screen.
With the arts having been hit particularly hard over the past 16 months, Trinity Leeds is doing its bit to shine a spotlight on the region’s artists and performers, where they will be given the chance to showcase videos of their work to a walk-by audience of around 30,000 people per day.
It is hoped that the eye-catching Trinity Stage screen will publicise the work of hundreds of artists, from emerging talent through to established regional organisations during the summer. The centre is calling for artists, performers or organisations across the city to send videos of their work so it can be broadcast, free of charge, on Trinity Stage.
For the opening day, content will include:
- ‘Aquaplane', a short contemporary dance video featuring Max Revell that was created by Declan Creffield who is a videographer and photographer based in Leeds
- ‘Lockdown, Dance Up’ an online children’s dance project created using lockdown video calls by Leeds-based Union of Dance and supported by Arts Council England
- Plus various work from Opera North
Artists who would like to showcase videos of their work can email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Free Event
- Family friendly
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