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My Christmas Home

The pandemic has made it feel like a treat to even imagine spending Christmas with our own families, let alone other people. But our new art installation is inviting us all to enjoy the festive season together.

My Christmas Home by Found Fiction invites Leeds city centre visitors to “step into Christmas” in someone else’s house.

Unpredictable Bodies

Unpredictable Bodies is an exhibition of work by Sam Metz.

Ear defenders and magnifiers, a sensory learning kit and easy read interpretion are available.

Sam makes artwork that looks at the movements of the body and the condition Tourette's. Sam is interested in celebrating movement and thinking of these movements like dancing.

www.sammetz.com

Supported by an Unlimited Emerging Artist Award, East Street Arts, Axisweb.

Inside Yellow Sound

You are invited to the multi sensory installation Inside Yellow Sound, developed by Kingsley Ash, Maria Kapsali, and Nikos Stavropoulos, in collaboration with Extant, the UK’s leading performing arts company of visually impaired people.

Ripple of Light by Rosie Leventon

Rosie Leventon makes sculptural installations, and environmental art in the landscape. She experiments with new materials, such as Celotex Insulation, central heating pipes, recycled mobile phones and paperbacks, as well as more durable stone, water earth and wood and uses them in innovative ways. Continuing themes in her work are the promotion of meditation on vulnerability and the illusion of solidity and permanence in life; many of the works explore things which have been lost, hidden or forgotten.

Northern Soul

Northern Soul, A Portrait of an alternative England is a touring exhibition by painter and printmaker Ian Scott Massie reflecting a journey of over forty-five years exploring the personality of the landscapes and the stories connected to them.

Scott Massie is joined by artists Seanna Doonan, Jane Fielder, Sarah Harris, Simon Lewis, Mike Moor and ceramacists Kath Bonson and GIllian Holt

Leeds Arts University Postgraduate 2021 Show

Leeds Arts University launches its online-only postgraduate degree show on Thursday 25 November 2021. Leeds Arts University Postgraduate 2021 Show includes 46 works presented digitally by the UK’s next generation of creatives.

Courses featured in the show are MA Animation, MA Creature Design, MA Digital Fashion, MA Creative Practice, MA Fine Art, MA Graphic Design, MA Graphic Novel, MA Illustration and MA Photography. These courses are part of a growing portfolio of opportunities for postgraduate study at Leeds Arts University.

Kirkgate Market - Illustrations & Observations by Cáit McEniff

For the past few months Cáit has been resident in Kirkgate market documenting it's history, community and importance to the people of Leeds and the city itself. 

Work from this residency, including sketches, photographs, textiles and collages will be on display within one of the stalls in the 1904 Hall. 

The exhibition is the beginning of an ongoing project to document the market and we welcome you to come along and record your own memories or stories and to find out more about the project. 

The Peep Show

'The Peep Show' brings together the work of Leeds-based artists Sasha Napoli and Daisy Baker exploring representations of the human body. 

Taking place at Bowery Visual Arts in Headingley, this is one of Sasha's and Daisy's first exhibitions since graduating amidst the pandemic in 2020 and they are incredibly excited to share their work. 

Everyone is welcome to come along and take a peep at their artwork!

For more information please visit:

https://www.thebowery.org/gallery.html