As part of SUMMAT 2019, we will be holding an exhibition of visual and performance art, to celebrate Yorkshire artists of all disciplines, whose work highlights social, economic and environmental injustices and/or resistance to these injustices. We want to have a wide range of types of art as well as ages included in the exhibition. So whether you are a painter or illustrator, a poet or photographer, a musician or ceramist, age 10 or 63 we want to hear from you for this one-day-only event.
There will be a physical exhibition for the visual art which will be displayed in the main hall. While the performances will be showcased in the evening alongside the evening meal.
When: Saturday the 9th of March 2019 between 10am and 9pm
Where: Notre Dame College, Leeds.
Deadline: Our deadline for applications is * 7TH JANUARY 2019*
For any queries please email the curator, Coralie Datta (email@example.com)
What is a Summat?
Politicians are always heading off to summits about important issues. The creation of the Leeds Summat in 2009 gave everyday people the chance to discuss these issues too, but in a much more fun, more Yorkshire way!
Will it be accessible?
The venue is wheelchair accessible. We have travel bursaries, childcare bursaries, kids creche, and British sign language interpreting available. Please let us know if there is more we can do to help make the event accessible for you.