With just a few weeks left to go, artists across the region are being urged to submit their work for Trinity Stage – a pop-up digital event space at Trinity Leeds, which has been showcasing a range of talent over the summer, from local bands and emerging talent to established organisations such as Opera North.
The eye-catching Trinity Stage screen at the former Topshop storefront on Briggate includes an impressive 6m wide digital screen and has been shining a spotlight on the region’s artists and performers after the arts were hit particularly hard over the past 16 months.
Artists, performers or organisations across the city can send videos of their work to be broadcast, free of charge, on Trinity Stage, with a walk-by audience of around 30,000 people per day.
Content has already included:
‘Aquaplane’, a short contemporary dance video featuring Max Revell that was created by Declan Creffield who is a videographer and photographer based in Leeds
‘Lockdown, Dance Up’ an online children’s dance project created using lockdown video calls by Leeds-based Union of Dance and supported by Arts Council England
Plus various work from Opera North
David Maddison, Trinity Leeds Centre Director, said: “We are thrilled to host the Trinity Stage and promote the incredible talents that the city of Leeds has to offer.
“Showcasing our region’s artists and performers is our way of supporting the arts, which is a sector that’s been hit so hard this last year and a half.
“Be it emerging artists starting out, or established performers and groups, Trinity Stage is a celebration of the arts and a vehicle to help promote their work to a wider audience.”
Entries for Trinity Stage should be submitted by 8th September by emailing videos of their work to email@example.com.
For more information, visit https://trinityleeds.com/join-us-trinity-stage