Find what you are looking for

Any work that wanted doing: exhibition tours for community groups

Added: 09/10/2023

LEEDS 2023

An exciting exhibition is now open as part of LEEDS 2023 Year of Culture, linking the past and present through the work of several disabled artists.

Any work that wanted doing features new artwork by Janet Alexander, Charlotte Cullen, Michelle Duxbury, Sandy Holden, Becky Moore and Becky Cherriman, Ria, Maryanne Royle and Robin Tynan. They have responded to research into the hidden histories of disabled mill workers.

For more information,  go to the website

If you would like to bring a group to the exhibition for a free tour, please get in touch with Gill Crawshaw at to arrange a date. The exhibition will continue through to January next year, so there’s plenty of time to organise this.

And drop Gill a line if you would like more information about the exhibition.

Any work that wanted doing is curated by Gill Crawshaw, working in partnership with Leeds Industrial Museum, Leeds City Council, and supported by Leeds 2023 with funding from the National Lottery Heritage Fund.

A section of a large wallhanging, with part of a poem on the left, and a patchwork of hexagonal fabric pieces on the right.

My Susters Hugged me to Work by Becky Moore and Becky Cherriman. Photo Jonathan Turner

LEEDS 2023

We’d love you to join our E-newsletter

Get news and opportunities straight to your inbox

"*" indicates required fields

You can follow us on social media too
Twitter Feed