DWF3 | OUR HOUSE | LSOA Going Underground

Collaborative Arts Society

10.03.13 7pm - 9pm

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Leeds School of Architecture | Going Underground

Preview | Sunday 10.03.13 7pm – 9pm
Exhibition Open |
Friday 15.03.13 7pm – 9pm
Saturday 16.03.13 12pm – 5pm
Sunday 17.03.13 12pm – 5pm

For Documentation of Leeds School of Architecture | Going Underground CLICK HERE

For Documentation of Collaborative Arts Society | OUR HOUSE CLICK HERE

As part of the city wide ‘Divided We Fall’ arts festival, taking place across Leeds during two weeks in March, Leeds School of Architecture will be staging an exhibition at BasementArtsProject.

The exhibition is a natural extension of a ‘Live Project’ initiated jointly by BasementArtsProject and Leeds Metropolitan University in March 2012. The initial project looked at issues of sustainability and access in the context of both art and architecture.

BasementArtsProject has, since April 2011, staged a programme of events and exhibitions in the unconverted basement of an Edwardian terraced house, as well as hosting external exhibitions in Stockholm, Liverpool and Leeds. This collaborative exhibition between BasementArtsProject and the Leeds School of Architecture represents the next phase in the life of this project, one of future possibilities.

Leeds School of Architecture | Going Underground will feature the work of: Michael Bland, Hina Shah, Abdulrahman Bacheeri, Harry Sharpe, Mohamed Ahmed, Ross Couper, Joe Walton, Lee Houston, Josh Boydell-Smith, Luke Hirst, Jake Hinchcliffe, Helen Davies, Kathy Roe, Launa Cowan, Gurveer Bhachu, Ellie Archer, Hannah Cawthorne, Daniel Sargeant , Lauren Heys, Sandeep Sandhu, Katie Neal, Joe Bradley, Nathalia Azevedo, Lauren di Pietro, Gemma Walker, Ayesha Iqbal, Jordan Blacker, Sam Oakes, Andrea Ghirawoo, Sarah Baylis, David Banberry, Karl Braidwood, Jack Wakelin, Nick Higson, Paul Hansell

Showing concurrently on the ground floor at BasementArtsProject will be ‘Our House’ an exhibition staged by the University of Leeds, Collaborative Art Society