East Street Arts is delighted to be working with a range of partners on Over Yonder. East Street Arts, Dean Clough Galleries and Westgate Studios were instrumental in developing the concept of the project and raising funds.

Dean Clough Galleries has initiated and developed the project Snap into Place.
East Street Arts has been working together with Dean Clough Galleries,  The Art House in Wakefield and nti in Leeds supporting artist Tim Knowles in developing his work.

Exhibition hosts include nti, East Street Arts: Union 105 and the Merrion Centre in Leeds; The Art House in Wakefield; Dean Clough Galleries in Halifax and  Zweites Büro in Dortmund. Further venues to be announced.

The project is funded by West Yorkshire grants and Leeds City Council with special thanks to International Leeds. The project is supported by Marketing Leeds, Welcome to Yorkshire and Jet 2.

We would like to say special thanks to the Dortmunder Gruppe and beam in Wakefield for helping us and our artists with information, advice and research throughout the development phase of Over Yonder.

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