Free and open to all, Yorkshire Sculpture International will showcase sculpture in all its forms. From new work by international artists to sculpture drawn from our world-class collections.

Featuring exhibitions and events inside the galleries at the Henry Moore Institute, Leeds Art Gallery, The Hepworth Wakefield and Yorkshire Sculpture Park and major new outdoor sculpture commissions in unexpected places across Leeds and Wakefield.

Yorkshire Sculpture International 2019 communities evaluation brief

Yorkshire Sculpture International will be accompanied by an extensive engagement programme with schools, universities, communities, and a professional development programme for artists based in the region.

The focus of this evaluation will be on the communities strand of work, which is funded by a Paul Hamlyn Foundation Explore & Test grant. This will focus on engaging asylum seekers, migrants and refugees in Leeds and Wakefield.

How to apply

Deadline Thursday 11 October 2018

Download the Yorkshire Sculpture International Communities Evaluation Brief →

For further information please contact Meghan Goodeve, Engagement Curator,


Opportunities for artists based in Yorkshire

Associate Artist Programme →
Open call for expressions of interest:
deadline 10am, Wednesday 24 October 2018

Engagement Artists Programme →
Open call for expressions of interest:
10am, Wednesday 24 October 2018