Leeds-based arts charity East Street Arts have announced that they have been awarded additional funding through the Government's Culture Recovery Fund Grants.
INTERVENTION THROUGH ART
East Street Arts secures better livelihoods for artists and our neighbours, while addressing the issue of economic and commercial decline in our towns and cities. We force positive interventions through art…
As leaders in the artist-led sector for almost 30 years we have empowered artists to be self-determined, take control, incite change and influence key decision-makers to improve lives and environments, locally, nationally and internationally.
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