50 Years of Leeds West Indian Carnival
12 Aug 2017 – 29 Oct 2017
Leeds, United Kingdom
A new centre for contemporary art and learning in a landmark heritage building.
Centred around creativity, innovation and experimentation, The Tetley is a place that develops future artistic talent and opens the minds of young people, whilst at the same time engages families and individuals of all ages.
The Tetley is operated and curated by Project Space Leeds (PSL), a contemporary arts and education charity founded in 2006. PSL was established to create a platform for emerging artists across the UK and further afield, allowing them to make and show work on an expansive scale, pushing their practice within a supportive environment.
From 2007-2012 Project Space Leeds was located at Whitehall Waterfront in Leeds’ west end. In this space we worked with approximately 300 artists in nearly 20 major projects and exhibitions and engaged thousands of visitors. You can see an archive of our exhibitions at Whitehall Waterfront here.