What is Wur Bradford?
Wur Bradford is a grassroots art and social space in a market stall in Kirkgate Market to explore how we can make our city and our world better through imagination and collective action. The project was started by artist Jean McEwan in Spring 2015 and now has expanded to be run by a small collective of Bradford artists who are interested in how art can change the world.
Wur Bradford is an open space for people to come and chat, get creative, share stories and ideas, and connect with others. Everyone is welcome to visit, get involved and suggest things that could happen. To get an idea of the space, some of the people who have been involved with us, and some of the activities we have done, you can watch a short video about Wur Bradford, made in late 2015 here or watch the slideshow below of that show some of our activities over the last 2 years.. we have done everything from creative workshops to bannermaking to art parties to self publishing fairs to helping to organise actions and vigils. We do things in our market stall space and in other spaces across Bradford. We work with lots of people, groups and organisations in Bradford, and have done activities for events with Brickbox, Bradford Refugee Week, WowBradford festival and many other others. We are always looking to connect with more people – so get in touch if you would like to work with us.
We are regularly open on Tuesdays between 12-2pm and Thursdays between 12-3pm, and sometimes at other times – check our blog for details. You can find our stall at the back of Kirkgate Market,
If you would like to get in touch we would love to hear from you – come visit us or email us firstname.lastname@example.org