Young Talent Exhibition, ProjectAbility Glasgow
7 September – 13 October, 2018
Young Talent 2018
7 September 2018 – 13 October 2018
Preview: Thursday 06 September, 6pm-8pm
Project Ability Gallery, 1st Floor, Trongate 103, Glasgow
It is time to announce one of Project Ability’s most exciting exhibitions of the year …Young Talent!
Young Talent showcases work from young artists attending Create workshops. As usual they have a brilliant mix of paintings, drawings, prints, ceramics and much more. With an age range of 5 -28, this show is a fantastic mix of styles, skill sets and aesthetics. Subject matter for our 2018 Young Talent covers a lot of ground! You can see an amazing collection of abstracts, a few celebrities and style icons, boy bands, big and small beasties, superheroes, cartoons, locomotives and much, much more!
ProjectAbility is now in its third year of singling out one young artist in particular who has shown excellent progress in the development of their work. This artist is then offered a solo show in their Gallery II during the Young Talent exhibition in the main gallery.
This year was a tough decision but they are delighted to announce Dominic Hemphill-Whyte as ProjectAbility’s Solo exhibition in Gallery II during Young Talent!
Congratulations to Dominic and all of the wonderfully talented young artists in the show this year.
‘ProjectAbility’s Create programme engages with children and young people with disabilities aged 5-28 in a wide range of creative activities including visual arts, film and new media.
The programme includes evening and weekend workshops, one-off projects, events, film screenings and exhibitions. Our in-house programme is delivered from our fully accessible and specially equipped Trongate 103 workshops and our outreach programme from venues nationwide.
Activities are tailored to the individuals we work with and are fully inclusive. The professional artists who deliver the programme are highly experienced in working with young people with a wide range of support needs.
We provide a high level of support and will typically offer a ratio of one artist to four young people. Young people with personal care needs should be supported by an appropriate adult. Creating a fully inclusive environment is important to us and siblings and friends are welcome to attend our classes.
We work with individuals, families, schools, voluntary sector groups, museums, galleries, support agencies and other visual arts organisations and welcome new collaborations and partnership working.’
(Image: ‘Tractor Tractor’ by Greg Coultas)
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