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BBC Radio Leeds - The Rima Ahmed Breakfast Show | Fayakunu interview with Aisha Iqbal


"The plan is that this will ultimately become a place where young people can come and learn artisan skills rooted both in their family and cultural heritage and their Bradford identity. It could be anything from pottery and ceramics to calligraphy to car restoration, even ..."


Aisha Iqbal reports on Fayakunu Art Studio and the social impact being made through facilitating ethnocentric art. Kasim Tariq & Haider Cheema talk about the work they're undertaking to bring about a cultural change in Bradford.



Haider Cheema - Fayakunu Digital Lead
Haider Cheema - Fayakunu Digital Lead, image courtesy of Aisha Iqbal BBC

Kasim Tariq, Founder of Fayakunu, image courtesy of Aisha Iqbal BBC
Kasim Tariq, Founder of Fayakunu, image courtesy of Aisha Iqbal BBC


Fayakunu - Haider Cheema & Kasim Tariq, image courtesy of Aisha Iqbal BBC
Fayakunu - Haider Cheema & Kasim Tariq, image courtesy of Aisha Iqbal BBC


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