Lara Eggleton

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Lara Eggleton is a writer, historian, editor and arts consultant. She is Managing Editor at Corridor8, a contributing writer for a range of art journals and writing platforms and holds a PhD in Art History from the University of Leeds.

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A concrete block of flats with rainbow cladding, against a grey sky and across from a smoke stack.

The revival of the city

05.05.2022, by Leila Kozma

A windowed exhibition space with sculptures of black beams forming the outline of a house, with spikes on the outside of the beams

Callout: Corridor8/ The Art House Writing Residency 2022

21.04.2022

A painting depicting art deco style busts of butlers looking at two lobster-humans on a plate with a leaf of lettuce.

Justin Fitzpatrick: Alpha Salad

07.04.2022, by Louis D’Arcy-Reed

A tall white column on a stepped plinth, covered in delicate sculptures, sits in the middle of a light gallery space with two windows.

­­­Rachel Kneebone: 399 Days

07.04.2022, by Gertrude Gibbons

A white book on a blue background with the title Northern Formations and a geometric design

Northern Formations launch

06.04.2022

A view of a gallery space with blue walls and concrete floors and multiple artworks that resemble a film set

Kara Chin: Show Real & Ashley Holmes: Trust Melody

31.03.2022, by Pamela Crowe

A multi generational family sits in a waiting area of an airport with their luggage.

Late Home

17.03.2022, by JJ Chan

A small white plaque with a black border and caps letters spelling THIS IS A MIRROR YOU ARE A WRITTEN SENTENCE

The Ideal Work of Art is a Hyperrealist Linear Narrative

10.03.2022, by Jazmine Linklater

2 performers stand on a slanted board structure holding on with ropes in a white walled gallery space.

The trick is, don’t explain

20.01.2022, by Nicola Singh

An illustration of a hand reaching out toward a shiny CD disc, against a warm orange background.

The body feeling

10.12.2021, by Callan Waldron-Hall

Two sculptures resembling an underwater wreckage sits in the centre of a green-lit gallery space.

YSI Artist spotlight: Ashley Holmes

25.11.2021, by Rene Francis-McBrearty

A free-embroidered quilt of hexegons with text written in some of them and cell like structures across them.

Between Houses

22.11.2021, by Sheena Hussain

The artist stands beside a sculpture by Barbara Hepworth on a plinth, lifting her arm to touch it with her elbow; behind a coastal landscape on a sunny day..

YSI artist spotlight: Claye Bowler and Nwando Ebizie

10.11.2021, by Hatty Nestor

The artist stands beside a wavy sculptural wall installation, backlit.

YSI 2021: A summer of sculpture

14.10.2021, by Abi Mitchell

A surreal illustration of a spaceship hovering in a neon landscapewith an open mouth and tongue dangling below it.

There’s Always Things Falling Out The Sky

07.10.2021, by Jack Welsh

A photo of a woman lying on her front in a studio space, reading from a notebook.

Sculpture & Poetry research season programme now live

07.10.2021

Photograph of the writer in residence.

New writer in residence at The Art House

12.08.2021

Installation image of the exhibition.

JJ Chan: What do we know (anyway)?

12.08.2021, by Uthra Rajgopal

Archive image of arts activity at South Square, Bradford

We’ll Start All Over Again: Embedded Arts Practice and the Post-industrial North

11.08.2021, by Andy Abbott

Preview: Yorkshire Sculpture International Summer 2021 Programme

07.07.2021, by Tessa Norton

Graduate residency with LJMU Fine Art announced

25.06.2021

Studio of Sanctuary writing residency callout 2021

29.04.2021

James Thompson and Samra Mayanja performing 'Recording Performance II — Memorial to Queen Victoria statue' in Leeds, 2019.

Commemorative Space: Artist reflections on monumentality in Leeds

01.04.2021, by Emii Alrai, Simeon Barclay, Samra Mayanja, Jill McKnight and James Thompson; ed. Rebecca Senior

Coincidence and Constellations

14.01.2021, by Cathy Garner

Emii Alrai: The High Dam

18.12.2020, by Holly Grange

The front line of creativity: contested art in non-art spaces

08.12.2020, by Paul Drury-Bradey

‘facing Extinction’ online launch

04.12.2020

New Yorkshire & the Humber editor

16.11.2020

Peer to Peer: UK/HK – Online festivals as a gateway to intercultural exchange

13.11.2020, by Christie Yung-hei Chan

The future for arts in the UK looks bleak – but there is power in a union

21.09.2020, by Lauren Velvick

Weathering Covid-19: Emerging creatives discuss adaptation and recent practices

09.07.2020, by Christie Yung-hei Chan

The show must go on: The reinvention of Migration Matters Festival

02.07.2020, by Evie Muir

Call for Proposals: ‘Thinking Through Extinction’ Writing Residency

14.05.2020

Corridor8 writing commissions: call for expressions of interest

08.05.2020

Sara Barker: All Clouds are Clocks, All Clocks are Clouds

07.05.2020, by Holly Grange