The staff at the Leeds University galleries are known for the high standards of their exhibition spaces and for the exhibitions hosted there; and, “Gather them in”: the Musical Treasures of W.T Freemantle, is no […]
Everybody remembers their first time in the Roger Stevens building. Somehow, I had escaped meeting this mega-monument on my open day to Leeds, so it wasn’t until the timetabling gods allotted me the elusive “Roger […]
I have lived the majority of my life up the road from a local pop-up venue, once suitably named The Pink Cabbage. In that time, I have watched the space cycle through its various functions, […]
In Celebration of International Women’s Day, the arts team pay homage to some of our favourite female creatives.
A watery underworld has popped up in St John’s shopping center for two weeks this February and I went along to check it out.
For decades Michael Morpurgo’s stories have captivated and inspired generations of children. In over a hundred books he has championed education, environmental awareness and peace as ways to protect and empower children all over the […]
In honour of LGBT+ history month, our writers spotlighted the queer artists whose stories shaped the past and are illuminating the present, as well as perhaps changing the landscape of the future for artists that […]
Arts Editor Hannah Stokes interviews Jacob Justice, Events Programmer at Open Source Arts on Kirkstall Road, about the centre’s new initiative to help emerging artists in Leeds.
A recent study has found that young adults use art galleries and museums as a means to de-stress. The survey undertaken by Art Fund discovered that those under thirty are twice as likely to visit […]
The American Kennel Club is re-opening the Museum of the Dog in New York City on 8th February, after being moved to St.Louis, Missouri over 30 years ago. The museum’s collection includes not only dog-related […]