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a photo of Zita Holbourne
Portrait of Zita Holbourne. Courtesy Women Activists of East London exhibition. Copyright Elizabeth Dalziel

Session 12: Art workers of Leeds and Wakefield, unite! with Zita Holbourne

  • Sat 2 Apr
  • 4–5pm
  • Hosted online and screened live at Tiled Gallery, The Art House
  • Free, booking required
Book tickets here

With Artists’ Union England, this talk offers advice about artists unionising, as well as the importance of artists’ unions and being a part of a network as an independent artist.

There will be times where your working values are questioned and challenged with opportunities that arise.

Artists’ Union England advocate for artists being treated with fairness, dignity, respect and positive and lawful working practices at all times without exception.

About

This event is part of PANIC! Together, a double-weekend artist development programme with The Art House, Wakefield.

This is an online event that will also be screened live at The Art House.

This session will be recorded and made available online after the event.

Zita Holbourne is a life long trade unionist and a multidisciplinary artist, working as visual artist, curator, writer, author, poet and vocalist. She is the joint National Chair of Artists’ Union England and also the National Vice President of PCS Union and is an experienced negotiator and personal case officer. She is part of the UNESCO Coalition of Artists for the General History of Africa and the founder and curator of the Roots Culture Identity art exhibition, established by the Trades Union Congress Race Relations Committee which Zita is elected to in memory of Stephen Lawrence.

Online access

  • This event will be hosted on Zoom Webinar. Select ‘online ticket’ on the booking page and you’ll be sent a link to join the live stream on the day of the event.
  • This event will be closed captioned using Zoom’s automated captioning service. To enable these, please select the green closed captions button at the bottom of your Zoom screen.

In person access

  • There is level access throughout the building.
  • The Art House has two disabled parking bays, available by pre-booking.
  • Induction loops are available on the reception desk and shop counter.
  • For more information about access at The Art House, click here.

Please email Bella Probyn at bella.probyn@thetetley.org if you have any specific questions about access.

Subtitling and BSL

  • Live speech to text subtitles for online events can be provided at your request, by letting us know in advance. This service is provided by StageText.
  • A British Sign Language (BSL) Interpreter can also be made available at your request, by giving us one month’s notice in advance.
  • To book these for 1 or 2 April, contact us by Thursday 10 March.
  • To request this, please email the session name and your requirements to bella.probyn@thetetley.org or call 0113 320 2323.

Getting there

  • Address: The Art House, Drury Lane, Wakefield, West Yorkshire, WF1 2TE
  • The Art House is located just 60 seconds walk from Wakefield Westgate railway station.
  • For more information about visiting The Art House, click here.