Heads Together Productions is an established community arts organisation based in Leeds in the north of England. The company currently runs two main programmes:
- Chapel FM: a community arts and media centre developed from an old church in East Leeds (an area facing significant challenges)
- UNION: The Northern School for Creativity and Activism, a sector-based training programme for community artists and social activists across the north of England.
Heads Together is a registered charity and is funded by a range of trusts and foundations as well as Leeds City Council and the Arts Council of England.
Who is working on the Fellowship of Questions initiative?
Adrian Sinclair is Co-Director of Heads Together Productions; a community arts organisation based in Leeds in the North of England. He helped develop and build Chapel FM Arts Centre and now leads on the UNION programme, delivering an inclusive programme that develops skills, experience & leadership within the sector. As one recent participant said:
“I have learnt that in the heart of everything lies authenticity, towards others around us, towards our community, towards future generations, and towards the earth itself.”
Gulcin Bulut isTurkish Community Activist living in Manchester and UNION participant.
“Coming from a background in community radio, I was always intrigued by questions. Working on the Fellowship of Questions initiative and collaborating across Europe in our post-Brexit, post-Covid world...it’s a joy.”