Assembly House – the art gallery and studios on Canal Road in Armley – has launched four paid commissions to create new artwork for its digital programme.
Two of the commissions are for artists living in the area (with an LS12 postcode).
Studio & Programme Manager, Alice Boulton-Breeze, said:
“We’re looking for artists to create new artworks that can be exhibited as part of our Digital Programme 2020.
“No matter what art form you work in, as long as the artwork can be shared online, this opportunity is open to you.
“Two commissions are specifically to celebrate artists in our local area, of LS12, and two are open to any artist living in Leeds or the surrounding areas.
“You don’t need any formal education or lots of professional experience, so take a look at the brief and apply before Sunday 28 June.”
All commissions are paid a fee of £200 and the selected artworks will be displayed until December 2020. Ms Boulton-Breeze added:
“We’re really excited to see what creative talent has been developing during lockdown so please get involved. If you have any questions or if there is something we can do to support your application, please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.”