Aire to There Project

Aire to There is a paid traineeship for 10 young people from Leeds, who will produce an audio tour of the hidden history of Leeds Waterfront. Read more

Interview with Gina Tavares Manuel about Represent

We spoke to Gina Tavares Manuel about her experience on Represent and the legacy of projects like it. Read more

Yoruba culture & Carnival Messiah

Yoruba culture's influence on artistic practices in Leeds & Geraldine Connor's Carnival Messiah by Lara Rose Read more

Our Impact in 2020

Find out what we achieved in 2020! Read more

GCF Joins Heritage Compass

Heritage Compass is a two-year business support programme, funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund. Read more

Young People Reflect on Represent

Young people reflect on what they learnt about the hidden stories of people of colour in Leeds' industrial history. Read more

Leeds Black History Walk: Understanding History Through Art

Read about the value of the arts when understanding and curating history. Read more

Carnival Messiah: De' Legacy

Geraldine Connor reflects on the legacy of Carnival Messiah. Read more

Carnival Messiah: The Creative Strategy

Hear from Geraldine Connor about the creative strategy behind Carnival Messiah. Read more

Carnival as the Theatre of the Caribbean

Geraldine Connor's discussion on why Carnival is the theatre of the Caribbean. Read more

Caribbean Migration and Carnival

An long-read article written by Dr. Geraldine Connor. Read more

Creating Music in Lockdown: Sarah Sarhandi

Composer and violist Sarah Sarhandi describes her experience of creating during lockdown and how it has influenced her practice. Read more