Category: Art News

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Work for Tate?

So Tate Education asked me to do a 5-minute presentation of the core ideas in my practice and how I share them. 5 minutes? No pressure. *nervous giggle*

*FREEBIE ALERT* Free Colouring Pages

Something to do while you listen to the sweet strains of soca music this weekend, since we can’t wine down de road!

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Watch the Cre8 48 “Arts for Social Change” Panel

See the panel discussion here! I’m speaking alongside some pretty heavy-weight social change creatives from across the globe.

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Talking Arts for Social Change

I’m joining a panel of amazing creatives to talk Arts for Social Change LIVE on “For Common Good, The Podcast”

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BBC Radio interview about Roger Britten Project for Black History Month

Click to listen to the BBC Interview Jeremy Sallis conducted with historian Graham Palmer, composer Jenni Pinnock and Life Story Artist Stacey Leigh Ross about their contributions to the Roger Britten project.

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Royston Crow features By Leigh’s Roger Britten Life Story Art Commission

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Royston Crow Arts Festival article with By Leigh painting

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Royston Crow features By Leigh’s collaboration with local children

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Using Creativity to Empower Caribbean Children

Art really can change the world!


A roaming exhibition that will address mass injustice and cultivate active compassion