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Exploring public art through workshops, exhibitions and discussion.

Drag Workshop
with Elliot Raine & Luca Claughton

14th November, 6pm – 9pm
21st November, 6pm – 9pm

Sheaf St.
No.3 Sheaf Street,
Leeds, LS10 1HD

Drag King & Thing workshop with Brokeback Yorkshire gives the LGBTQI+ community: space, support and encouragement to engage with and create their own pieces, ideas and personas.


o participate please download, complete and return this application form to;
brokebackyorkshire@gmail.com by 12pm on Monday 7th November 2022. You will receive a response by 6pm that same day to let you know if you’ve been successful.

Participant information and feedback will be collected from these events and used for research and understanding. The research found will contribute to the ‘A City Less Grey’ scheme established by East Street Arts, and also shared with LEEDS 2023; informing and influencing commissioning in Leeds. For enquiries email hang.linton@esamail.org.uk

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Rainbow Plaque Workshop
with Luna Morgana

8th October, 1pm – 4pm

Leeds City Museum,
Millennium Square,
Leeds, LS2 8BH

Participants will create rainbow plaques, similar to the blue plaques spotted around historical landmarks, that look at how the Trans/Queer community are represented, remembered and memorialised.

To book your place visit: THIS EVENT HAS ALREADY HAPPENED (and very good it was too, so why not join the one above?)

Doodle Booth Workshop
with Lorna Andersson & Fiona Biddington

24th October, 10am – 4pm

Leeds Kirkgate Market,
Vicar Lane,
Leeds, LS2 7HY

Draw/note feelings, moods or opinions as part of an engaging and expressive public forum where people create and express themselves, no matter of their backgrounds, differences or disabilities.

To book your place visit: THIS EVENT HAS ALREADY HAPPENED

Digital Graffiti Workshop
with Guy Schofield

25th October, 12pm – 4pm
26th October, 10am – 5pm

Convention House,
St Mary’s Lane,
Leeds, LS9 7EH

As part of the 4th Element Project, participants will be led to explore graffiti, its link to activism on a hyperlocal level and how digital technology can increase accessibility and reach for graffiti artists.

To book your place visit: THIS EVENT HAS ALREADY HAPPENED

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