Funding has been secured from The National Lottery Community Fund and the Ireland Fund (GB) to deliver our 'Neighbours!' project, to provide a programme of community Irish Arts participatory and performance workshops in our neighbouring West Yorkshire local authority areas of Calderdale, Bradford, Kirklees and Wakefield.
The project will involve a range of experienced and emerging West Yorkshire based artists.
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Did you know that throughout the month of March Irish History Month takes place? An initiative brought about by the Irish Arts Foundation in Leeds, Irish History Month exists to promote the many positive contributions that Irish people have made in Leeds and also to introduce new audiences to the vibrancy of Irish arts, heritage, culture, and history.read more
The Leeds Gathering featured some of the most experienced and emerging performers and artistes in the world of Irish music and arts. A city wide celebration of Irish music and arts designed to appeal to both those of an Irish background and people from the wider community.read more
Untold Stories is a community archive project which looks at experiences of the emigrant Irish community in Leeds in the second half of the twentieth century, particularly their settlement patterns and cultural traditions such as music, dance, song and sport.read more
We work in collaboration with other Irish welfare and community groups in addition to other multi-cultural music and art schemes within the city, various statutory agencies, voluntary sector groups and umbrella organisations specifically dealing with community cohesion and regeneration.read more
The Irish Arts Foundation places education and inter-generational work at the heart of its programme.read more
We work in collaboration with a range of community based organisations and projects across Leeds including Berkeley Court Residential Home, Richmond Hill Elders Association, Older Wiser Leeds Seniors and Bramley Elderly Action.read more