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  • Share your memories of Kala Sangam and St Peter’s House

    Share your memories of Kala Sangam and St Peter’s House

    Were you a student at Kala Sangam’s Bharatanatyam classes in the 1990s? Do you remember posting that special piece of mail to the other side of the world in the old Post Office? Is there a show that you’ve seen that has lingered long in the memory? Maybe you’ve taken […]

  • Amer Sarai Appointed as Head of Community Engagement

    Amer Sarai Appointed as Head of Community Engagement

    We are delighted that Amer Sarai will be joining the Kala Sangam team in February 2023 as our new Head of Community Engagement. She will be responsible for developing and overseeing our learning, participation and outreach programme. Amer’s career began in the Arts after gaining an Arts Degree at Bradford […]

  • Bradford Producing Hub Launch PROPEL with backing from Jerwood

    Bradford Producing Hub Launch PROPEL with backing from Jerwood

    With the help of funding from the Jerwood Developing Artist Fund, Bradford Producing Hub are launching PROPEL, a new programme to support early-career Producers and Production Managers to develop their skills. PROPEL will prepare people to deliver bold, ambitious new projects through placements with renowned national venues, festivals and events. […]

  • Kala Sangam Announces Ambitious Plans for the Future with Support from The National Lottery Heritage Fund and Arts Council England

    Kala Sangam Announces Ambitious Plans for the Future with Support from The National Lottery Heritage Fund and Arts Council England

    As Bradford prepares to welcome the world to the district for an unforgettable year as City of Culture, Kala Sangam is excited to reveal our plans for a major capital redevelopment of our building, which will see Kala Sangam become a bigger, more welcoming and accessible space. Our ambitious plans […]

  • Queen Elizabeth II 1926-2022

    Queen Elizabeth II 1926-2022

    All of us at Kala Sangam are saddened to hear of the Queen’s passing this afternoon. Our thoughts, condolences and prayers are with her family.

  • Out of Place appointed to lead Kala Sangam rebrand process

    Out of Place appointed to lead Kala Sangam rebrand process

    We are delighted to have appointed Out of Place to deliver our rebrand and name change work. Out of Place are a Bradford-based full service design studio specialising in arts and culture, healthcare, third-sector and education. They provide a full range of creative services from branding and consultation to digital […]

  • A huge thank you to Paul Nash

    A huge thank you to Paul Nash

    After 5 years, Paul Nash has stepped down as a Trustee of Kala Sangam. A partner at Wrigleys Solicitors, Paul joined the company’s Board in 2017 and was Kala Sangam’s Company Secretary for 4 years.  Alex Croft, Kala Sangam’s Creative Director said: “All of us are hugely grateful for Paul’s […]

  • Our next step – developing a brand for the future

    Our next step – developing a brand for the future

    You may have seen that we are advertising for a creative agency to help us find a new name and brand identity, please read on to find out why we are doing this. It is an exciting time for Kala Sangam. In 2017, building on our expertise in delivering South […]

  • Bradford’s Cultural Voice Forum seeks new Co-ordinator

    Bradford’s Cultural Voice Forum seeks new Co-ordinator

    Established in 2018, Bradford’s Cultural Voice Forum is a vibrant network of over 400 people who work in the Bradford District’s cultural sector. The Forum is member led and exists to share knowledge, resources, and opportunities. It brings together independent professionals, organisations, and volunteers from across Bradford district to discuss […]

  • Bradford Producing Hub announces significant financial support from Esmée Fairbairn Foundation

    Bradford Producing Hub announces significant financial support from Esmée Fairbairn Foundation

    Following two successful years of delivery, Bradford Producing Hub is delighted to announce it has secured £200,000 funding from Esmée Fairbairn Foundation. The money received will enable the project to continue its work transforming and developing the city’s creative ecology until 2025 – building a more representative and diverse community […]