Routes, Trails and Exploration

Artist Michael Pinsky has been collaborating with Annie Nelson and Chris Woodward from artist collective Yoke to explore the routes and trails throughout City Fields and the surrounding area. Last month Michael, Annie and Chris devised a Wakefield Wander walking from Stanley Ferry to The Hepworth Wakefield, exploring different routes in between, with a number ...

Celebrating local heritage

We knew that running an event so near to Christmas would be risky – however, despite a few apologies of illness and other clashing events going on, we had a very respectable and lively turn out for Dreaming Streaming’s Christmas event at St Swithuns Centre. Guests enjoyed mince pies, mulled wine and other refreshments to ...

Dreaming Streaming at the West Yorkshire History Centre

We were very excited to hold the latest Dreaming Streaming event at the West Yorkshire History Centre in Kirkgate. Opened in February 2017, this fantastic building and resource is a great asset for Wakefield. The History Centre – part of West Yorkshire Archives – are working closely with us at One to One Development Trust ...

Celebrating Communities

A significant part of the Dreaming Streaming digital arts and archive project is to work with communities that neighbour onto the City Fields development. This week we’ve been at the Eastmoor Community Project at St Swithuns. Eastmoor is part of Wakefield East Ward. Situated to the east and south of Wakefield city, this ward incorporates ...