It’s a blank canvas crying out for colour in the heart of Armley – and local residents are being asked to help make it come alive and put Armley on the map for public art.
Environmental social enterprise Seagulls are looking for ideas and inspiration from the public to come up with a design for the wall at the side of the St George’s Crypt shop and café at the junction of Town Street and Theaker Lane.
They’re asking what living in Armley means to local residents.
Catherine Hyde, from Kirkstall Road-based Seagulls, is asking people what words, stories or images are associated with Armley? She wants to know what people’s hopes for Armley are and how can this be reflected on the wall?
Any ideas can be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A community mural higher up Town Street, off Armley Moor, was launched earlier this summer by Modes of Expression, the artistic duo behind the installation.