Meet member Jon Eland aka @strawbleu – photography that you can be certain will have a sense of narrative and also unreality.
Members have earned time credits in a wide range of ways organising and attending Leeds Creative Timebank socials and introductions. This has included practical ‘doing’ tasks like earning credits for creating signs and decorations for events such as Sarah Spanton painting signs ( above), Magda Symanska and others photographing at events and Ivor Tymchak compering […]
Sue Ball and Sarah Spanton have offered training and helped a number of other places set up creative timebanks based on the model set up here in Leeds. Here is the one they supported in North-East. What is North-East Creative Timebank? The Timebank is a formalised system for its members to exchange their skills, knowledge […]
Members Sue Ball and Edafe Onerhime have been collaborating through Leeds Creative Time Bank around ‘Open Data’. With 5 hours of timebank credits, Sue Ball requested Edafe Onerhime to use her skills as an Open Data Specialist to investigate empty commercial property and land in Leeds South Bank. Edafe has produced an online map using business […]
Sue Ball, director of MAAP and founding committee member of the Leeds Creative Timebank invited me to Leeds to speak with some of the users, timebrokers and steering committee of the Timebank as a means of introducing me to the working infrastructure of the project and to benefit some of my research around alternative systems […]
This was one of a series of projects happening in the city in 2013 with Paul Hurley and Caleb Parkin. The projects were cycling as a vehicle for creativity. On this trip, time bank members were used as guides to support the main leaders. This activity went out to all members as we had no […]