EAST STREET ARTS - Showing: Expectations

A collaborative visual arts project in Leeds as part of East Street Arts’ Public Programme

Showing: Expectations is an exhibition that will grow and change over a seven-week period, involving six Leeds-based community groups; St. Anne’s Resource Centre & Open Learning, St. George’s Crypt, Travellers in Leeds, Emmaus, Workers’ Educational Association for Yorkshire & Humber, and South Leeds Health for All. The groups will show a variety of artwork of their own making and selection in collaboration with East Street Arts (ESA) and independent artists/educators Leonor da Silva, Ignaz Cassar & Sue Wilks.

This challenging project will bring together differing individuals and groups to explore their own and other people’s expectations in relation to the visual arts, enabling lively debate to occur around issues of access to education and the current status of art. The process will raise questions around ‘what constitutes the art object’, ‘what is the art institution’ and ‘can everyone be an artist’? For information and updates on the programme of events visit the East Street Arts website. To read more about the Showing: Expectations project visit the Showing Expectations website
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