Saatchi Gallery And Centrepoint Use Art To Help Young Homeless People | Arts
London’s Saatchi Gallery is collaborating with Centrepoint, the leading charity for homeless young people, in a joint project, Studio Saatchi. The six-month programme will end in a series of events, titled Studio Saatchi Late, starting on September 12.
The project helps homeless or socially excluded people aged from 12 to 25 develop artistic their skills and gain the self-esteem necessary to reintegrate into society. Participants will work with a group of artist facilitators, including Sam Hayes, Henry Blake and Adam Kammerling, in order to discover their talents and explore various forms of expression.
The programme will be divided into six parts. The end of each cycle will be marked by an exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery, where the young people will be able share their works with the audience. Free tickets for the first event starting at 18.30 on 12th September are available on Eventbrite here.
Guests will be offered complimentary drinks provided by The Goodness Brewing Company and Freestar, for alcohol-free options. Food will be prepared KERB, star of London street food scene.
For more information go to www.saatchigallery.com.
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