Love Arts @ Leeds City Museum
A FREE day of wonderful workshops, interactive installations, and excellent exhibitions! Love Arts will take you on a fantastic journey full of surprises. Let us welcome you to a world of wonder, where geo-domes transforms into galleries, and dance, drama, and stories popup where you least expect them. There’s a smorgasbord of creative happenings to suit all appetites, so you can talk, watch, take part, or listen as the mood takes you. So why not have a nosy, linger, relax, and share experiences with friends you haven’t met yet?
Pamelashop is an interactive installation that will be popping up at different events during the festival. Pamelashop: all kinds of things here, but it will cost you! Since people always want something for something, Pamelashop offers objects in return for kindness. Each shop item has a compassion retail price. What do these objects represent and can you pay?
Move & Make workshop with Paperworks
Explore the connections that support our wellbeing in this fun adult workshop with Paperworks artists Rosemary Spencer and Kerri Butterworth. The workshop involves paper craft and creative movement, and no experience is necessary. Please wear comfortable clothing and indoor shoes/ barefoot.
Drama workshop with Converge project
An interactive theatre workshop led by people involved in the Converge project at Leeds University. All welcome, beginners and experts alike. A chance to play games, be playful and use your imagination.
The Art of Motherhood creative workshop with ARC
A fun, hands-on visual arts workshop about objects and identity with artist Sarah Greaves, responding to the stunning installation ‘The Other in Mother’.
All adults welcome at workshops, novices and experts alike! No experience needed. And while the adults are having fun, there’ll be plenty of creative activity for children too…
Leeds City Museum, Millennium Square, Leeds LS2 8BH
Booking info: No need to book, just turn up
Access: The main entrance to the museum is at the front of the building and is accessible via hand railed steps and a ramp or at ground level through the café. Both entrances have automatic doors that open outwards.
There are accessible toilets on every floor in the Museum, all of which are clearly signposted and marked on the site map. Copies of the site map are available at the Museum entrance. Facilities in the accessible toilets include emergency alarms and fire alarms with flashing lights. These toilets are not RADAR key operated.
The entire museum is accessible. A lift to each floor has capacity for up to two wheelchairs on any one journey.
Click on the map for directions