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News - Looking back over the Leicester Festival
4th December 2014
November 2014 and our selected artists arrive in Leicester to present their work across ten venues in the city. This short film celebrates the festival's success and positivity!
News - Positive impact of creative writing
4th December 2014
We were delighted to be part of this creative writing project, working with residents at a homeless hostel in Leicester. Take a watch of the video to see the impact on people's lives
News - Leicester Festival round-up
19th November 2014
A huge thank you to all our participating artists and everyone who came along to our exhibitions and performances. We hope you enjoyed the Leicester Festival weekend!
News - Selection of works: Clare Sita Fisher
1st December 2014
Clare Sita Fisher, our Writer In Residence during the Leicester Festival, penned a selection of short pieces about her fellow participating artists and their work during the festival
News - The Leicester Festival
22nd October 2014
Three days of exhibitions, performances, installations, gigs, poetry and workshops. Our programme details are now live with ticket links - get yours now!
Artist - Clare Sita Fisher
Clare lives, writes and works in Leeds. She writes mostly fiction, both long and short, and is currently working in a novel, as well as an interactive storytelling, How the Light G
Artist - Chun-yu Liu
Born in Taiwan and studying for her MFA at Wimbledon College of Art, Chun-yu trained as an abstract painter before using moving image as her medium. Her work explores identity, mig
Artist - Alice Gale-Feeny
Alice Gale-Feeny lives in Nottingham. She studied BA Hons Fine Art, Nottingham Trent University 2012
Artist - Gareth Sprey
Gareth Sprey is a sound artist who works under the guise Mau’lin, drawing influence from the theories of Cage and Attali, Japanese noise music, beat-based music and the ethos of graffiti.
Artist - Invisible Flock
After the beep takes place in a talking K6 telephone box powered by a bicycle and supervised from a distance by telephone repair men. Appearing and reappearing in different locatio
Artist - Tanvi Kant
Tanvi Kant uses reclaimed textiles to make one-off pieces of jewellery...
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