Free Creative Workshops for young people in East Leeds!

The East Leeds Project are excited to announce a new series of #KIOSK led free creative workshops in #Harehills starting next Monday, 25th July for children and young people aged 4-11 years and 12-18 years. It’s a chance to get creative with professional artists.

No need to book, FREE to attend with healthy snacks provided

Times:
1-3pm for 4-11 year olds
5-7pm for 12-18 year olds

Workshops held on Mondays:
25th July
1st, 8th, 15th & 22nd August
5th September

All children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by a parent or carer.
For more details contact info@eastleedsproject.org

Workshops held at:
NOWELL MOUNT COMMUNITY CENTRE
Nowell Mount, Harehills, Leeds, LS9 6HR

First orders dispatched

Great to get the first orders of our new Kiosk screenprint edition by #EmmaHardaker off to their new homes yesterday! These gorgeous inky screen prints are available now through our online shop.

Get ‘em while they’re 🔥 at http://www.eastleeds.shop

#notforprofit #supportartists #eastleeds

KIOSK creative printmaking workshop at Chapel FM

KIOSK, our mobile makerspace, was in action a couple of days ago for a printmaking workshop at Chapel FM for Leeds City Council’s ‘Culture Programmes’ team.

The workshop was delivered by East Leeds-based artist Ellen Burroughs who recently set up brand new print workshop Lutra (the name is from the Latin for otter) at her home in Gipton.

Ellen took the team through a four-hour workshop that used screen printing techniques to explore the creation of identity through the use of signs and symbols. The result was some beautiful and striking prints experimenting with geometric and organic shapes. We really valued this opportunity to learn more about how KIOSK can work in a variety of settings and with different participants with varying levels of experience and confidence.

Feedback from the Culture Programmes team was really positive and Chapel FM were amazing hosts too. Ellen is a very experienced printmaker and workshop leader and it’s great to have her responses to KIOSK and ideas for how the project can evolve and offer an even better experience for people taking part.

Find out more about her work at www.lutra.studio or @lutrastudio on Instagram. KIOSK will be out on tour again soon, keep an eye on our social media for dates and venues!