Photo credit: David Severn
15th July 2014
UK Young Artists is delighted to become a registered Arts Award Supporter and we're offering a range of opportunities for young people during our Leicester Festival 2014.
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3rd Sept 2012
WEYA will launch in Nottingham on 7 September 2012, 1,000 artists from 100 nations have been selected to take part in this unprecedented showcase of creative talent.
 
 
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13th May 2014
Our third biennial showcase event takes place in Leicester. The city plays host to talented young artists presenting their work at established venues and independently run spaces.
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Leicester Festival 2014 image
23rd May 2014
If you're thinking of submitting your work in our current Call for Entries, here's an outline of how we'll go about assessing submissions and selecting artists.
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Image of crowd by David Severn
16th April 2014
The call-out for artists to participate in this year's Leicester Festival will launch on Monday 26 May. The call will remain open until Monday 30 June.
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Literature
Luke Wright is a poet and broadcaster living in Suffolk. He tours his poetry shows all over the world.
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Moving image
Kim Stewart lives in Glasgow. She studied BA (Hons) Fine Art, Painting/Printmaking, at Glasgow School of Art, 2007
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Visual arts
Ashley Peevor is from Coventry and currently lives in Dorset. He is studying BA (honours) Fine Art
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Music
Jae-moon Lee was born in Seoul, Korea, he currently lives in Manchester and is studying with Adam Gorb and Paul Patterson at the Royal Northern College of Music in the UK granting
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Performance
'Tied up' describes the moment when you realize that you are acting in a constrained way compared to the way you would like to. You try to fight back your freedom, but all the stru
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Applied arts
Laura McCafferty is a textile artist who creates fabric illustrations which reflect her ongoing fixation with people...
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Other
Does your work not fit into one of our normal categories? Don't worry! Submit your work under the 'other' category as we really want to see your work.
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