Past Artwalks 

29 September 2021

We returned on 29th September for the last Artwalk of the Summer, with 23 venues opening and 26 events across the city. The much anticipated exhibition Fred Tschida: CIRCLESPHERE launched at The Art House and Neon Workshops' 7A, demonstrating the power of neon as sculpture. Wakefield One was a hub of activity, with Ranya Abdulateef Artwalk commission 'Honouring our Refuse Collectors' taking centre stage in one of the Atrium cases. KRAFT turned their barbers into a gallery with paintings by Jake Mullins and The Polka Hop displayed the work of Rebecca Asquith which reflected how memories change and fade over time. 


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28 July 2021

Artwalk was back with a bang on 28 July, with 19 venues opening and 5 brand new commissions launching! The Ridings Shopping centre was a hub of activity, with 2 public art pieces commissioned by Artwalk unveiled, a drinks reception and pop-up shop, and 5 Makey Wakey space holders sharing the brilliant work they do with their communities.

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26 May 2021

The first in real life Artwalk since January 2020 saw visitors create their own Wakefield travel posters at The Art House, put their hand to stitching at 2SureThreads, engage in conversations with The Merrie Collective and enjoy acoustic music at Boogie Woogie Bagel Bar. 

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March 2021

In March 2021 Artwalk Wakefield took over 20 windows throughout Wakefield City Centre, reproducing artworks by 61 Wakefield District residents and workers as A0 posters.

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January 2021

Kicking off the Artwalk Wakefield 2021 programme we hosted our first virtual film night and produced a collaborative film Light in Dark Times

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November 2020

To end a year of virtual events, Artwalk hosted its first marketplace, featuring artists, makers and designers from across the district to help our audience to shop local and support small businesses.

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January 2020

    

November 2019

    

September 2019

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