The Tetley is a centre for contemporary art in the heart of Leeds’ South Bank. Housed in the 1931 headquarters of the Joshua Tetley & Son brewery, The Tetley opened in 2013 as a gallery with a learning studio, work space for the creative industries, restaurant and bar. Instigated by artists, and established by Project Space Leeds, artists remain at the heart of everything we do at the The Tetley today. Through our programme of exhibitions, residencies and events we aim to inspire and bring audiences closer to art and artists, supporting the production of new work and developing artists’ practice.
The Tetley is supported by Arts Council England, the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, Leeds City Council and Carlsberg UK.
The Centre for Audio Visual Experimentation (CAVE) is located within the School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies at the University of Leeds. Initiated by Dr Sam Belinfante (Academic Fellow in Fine Art and Curatorial Practice) in 2016, in collaboration with staff and students from across the school and faculty, it is the ambition of CAVE to become the foremost centre for investigations into the ‘audio-visual’ within contemporary art theory and practice.
CAVE will be the site for a series of iconoclastic exhibitions, workshops and symposia, supporting the international arts community whilst helping disseminate our research.
For more information, see www.fine-art.leeds.ac.uk/research