A rare insight into the inspirations and processes behind the work of four artists, who are all studio holders at The Art House in Wakefield: Helen Riddle, Jim Souper, Helen Thomas, and Tony Wade.
Discover a city bursting with culture! From galleries and theatres to shopping centres and bars, there’s no better way to explore Wakefield than on an Artwalk night. Since 2008 we’ve been entertaining audiences across the city with free exhibitions, live music, performances, poetry, and so much more. Artwalk always has a surprise up its sleeve – you never know what …
Where health and heritage meet digital innovation and cutting-edge creativity
The National Coal Mining Museum for England is seeking to commission an artist with experience working on community led projects to design and produce a banner using the collections and the history of mining banners as inspiration.
Transforming one of Wakefield’s most historically significant streets to positively change perceptions of the area.
One to One Development Trust are developing a new video game about looking after our planet
Wakefield-based live events specialists have been given the green light to expand by building an ‘innovation hub’ – XPLOR.
We are pleased to share the brilliant work of Network members Rhubarb Design House
Creative England has come on board as a delivery partner for Cultural Development Fund business support programme.
How does creativity improve mental health and wellbeing? Please submit your stories about how your work benefits others, write about your own creative journey, promote a group you run, your freelance work or your business. Stories will appear as articles on the Crafting4Good website and be widely shared on social media, helping to support all levels and type of creativity in the district and beyond.
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