£750 Bursary for refugee/migrant artist

Khalil Younes, Madonna and Missing Child

THE ART OF MIGRATION CALL OUT to artists for proposals of new work To be showcased at city-centre venues in Sheffield & Wakefield during Refugee Week 2016 Arts on the Run is delighted to be able to offer bursaries and individual career development support to 6 emerging artists who have a refugee or migration background, and who live in West or …

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The World Cup in Leeds – Saturday 14 June

That’s right – forget Rio, it’s on Roundhay Road that you’ll find international football, alongside a bouncy castle, face-painting and food. The quality of  football will be exceptional, with many internationally-capped players on the pitch. Saturday 14 June, 11-5pm, Thomas Damby Campus, Leeds City College, Community Sport Centre, Roundhay Road, Leeds, LS7 3BG

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New One Planet Leeds Newsletter Available NOW!

Finally, and (just about) in time for Refugee Week, the latest Summer Edition of One Planet Leeds is ready for reading! We’ve got some paper copies to distribute, but we’ve also created a very web-friendly edition – even with an additional article – that we’re publishing today. ONE PLANET LEEDS – SUMMER EDITION, 2012 So have a look at the …

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Refugee Week Exhibition

In celebration of Refugee Week this year, Invisible Curators will be holding an exhibition entitled “Home” from the 19th to the 24th of June in Kirkgate Market. We will be bringing together artworks from professional artists as well as from refugees themselves to explore how this notion of “Home” can help us relate to the experiences of refugees in the …

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Refuge in Film

Refuge in Films 2012 has recently put out a call for short films produced between January 2011 and February 2012. The deadline is 30th March, 2012. Open to national and international filmmakers from all backgrounds, the organisers have asked for short films (under 30 minutes) with an optional special focus on films made by young people about young people. Set …

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