Leeds Art Walk
A Free Monthly Tour of Art in Leeds

COVID-19 Distancing Measures:

Leeds Art Walk is on temporary hiatus and will return when it is safe to do so.

Leeds Art Walk is a free monthly tour of exhibitions, arts spaces and places of interest in Leeds.

Selected exhibitions and artworks are introduced by an artist or curator and paired with a short programme of artists’ moving image work.

Leeds Art Walk takes place every month and is free and open to all.

Leeds Art Walks
Wed, 4 December, 2019
Cinema walk in collaboration with Hyde Park Picture House.
+ Screening of Repertory by Ian Breakwell.

Wed, 6 November, 2019
James N Hutchinson: Untitled, at The Tetley, Leeds.
+ Screening of Luminous Shadow by Mariana Caló & Francisco Queimadela.

Wed, 2 October, 2019
New Contemporaries 2019 at Leeds Art Gallery
+ Films by George Shaw and Dave Critchley.

Wed, 4 September, 2019
Art in an Electric Atmosphere:
The Library and Archive of Herbert Read at University of Leeds + Films by Stephen Sutcliffe.

Wed, 7 August 2019
Index Festival: On the Corner at BasementArtsProject. Resident artists Sophie Chapman and Kerri Jefferis at Artist House 45 East Street Arts.

Wed, 3 July 2019
Yorkshire Sculpture International at Leeds Art Gallery and Henry Moore Institute. Including work by Nobuko Tsuchiya Tarek Atoui, Rachel Harrison and Joanna Piotrowska, Ayşe Erkmen, Tamar Harpaz, Rashid Johnson, Maria Loboda Sean Lynch and Cauleen Smith.

26 June 2019
Index Festival: Parallel Architectures IIIII
+ Films by Harlan Whittingham and Peter Samson from our Artists’ Moving Image Network.

29 May 2019
The Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery: Fifty Works by Fifty British Women Artists 1900–1950;
+ 16mm films by Maya Deren and Germaine Dulac at Pavilion.

10 April 2019
The Tetley: For Oluwale (Rasheed Araeen) & The Tent (Kannan Arunasalam);
Henry Moore Institute: Bellarmines and Bootlegs (Renee So).

6 March 2019
Leeds Arts University: Yoko Ono at Leeds (Yoko Ono);
Paired with Zefiro Torna, the Life of George Maciunas (Jonas Mekas) at Pavilion.

Screening of Maya Deren’s Meshes of the Afternoon (1943) at Pavilion

Yoko Ono at Leeds exhibition at Leeds College of Art, 2019