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Kirkstall Art Trail 2019 appeals for participants

Kirkstall Art Trail is an annual celebration of art in the community.

Each year, historical sites, businesses and homes across Kirkstall open their doors to visitors to showcase great contemporary art and host creative workshops, offering artists a unique exhibiting opportunity!

This year, the trail will take place on the 20th and 21st July.

Kirkstall Art Trail is a free event which aims to promote and support artists whether professional or just starting out in their careers, and engage the local community with art. We aim to make the arts accessible and engaging by taking art out of the traditional gallery setting and showcasing local creativity in unique venues.

Art Trail organisers are looking for artists and makers based in Leeds who want the chance to exhibit and sell their work in unique spaces. Each yearthere is a vibrant mix of exhibitors, from professional artists and makers, to those who have never previously exhibited.

This year the main site will be Kirkstall Abbey where the committee will be on hand to welcome visitors and volunteers.

Here’s how you can register and get involved.


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