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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Lorna Johnson is a visual artist working predominantly with sculpture, collage and photography.
Artworks in Halifax is an Art School, Gallery and Artist Studios committed to providing opportunity and engagement with art for all ages and abilities.
Jake Krushell is an artist inspired by our everyday environment and the contrast between natural and industrial materials. He often uses sculpture to purvey the impact that humans have on the landscape.
Join us in Nwando's divine tent, a multisensory, Covid-safe geodesic dome structure, for an hour-long ritual of sensory immersion, stimulation, and relaxation.
Artist Ebizie and designer Bethany Wells will lead a workshop about the building materials and techniques they used to create Nwando’s piece Extreme Unction Vol. 2.
A Self-care and Healing workshop from Nwando Ebizie.
All four artists talk about their commissions and the common links between them in relation to climate change.