Reflections of Carnival Mural

We’re working in partnership with Leeds West Indian Carnival and Leeds City Council to commission a mural that preserves the history and richness of Leeds West Indian Carnival and represents the local community that resides in Chapeltown.

The mural – part of our ongoing A City Less Grey programme – will explore themes around the memories and heritage of Caribbean carnival in Leeds and celebrate the value of community and sense of belonging, whilst contributing to a growing portfolio of street art across the city that celebrates our vibrancy. 

A lead artist will be commissioned to design and complete the mural – find out more about the call-out, including the brief and application process. 

A public event to unveil the mural, once completed, will celebrate the work of the artist and longevity of Leeds West Indian Carnival. 

A special thank you, and recognition, extends to the below partners, funders, sponsors and supporters of the project.

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