I attended the reception of the ‘Young Brits At Art’ competition last night. There’s a great opportunity for young artists in Glasgow at the minute. If you are free on Tuesday 17th Feb, then you might be interested in attending Kelvingrove Museum. They’re holding a class from 10-3pm with free lunch for interested artists aged 11-19. You will get the chance to experiment with stenciling and woodblock printing, using materials that would not normally be available to schools. It’s completely free too!!! Those readers who attend Gleniffer High School should see me asap if you are interested.
For others, details are below:
Tuesday 17 February, 10am–3pm
An opportunity for budding artists aged between 11 and 19 years. Meet like-minded friends and spend a day working with artist Elspeth Lamb.
The aim of the workshop is to create art works based around the theme of identity. Express your thoughts and feeling about living in Britain today through self-portraiture or picture, reflecting everyday concerns and aspirations relating to equality and human rights.
Lunch, refreshments and all art materials will be supplied. Booking is essential.
How to book
or phoning Steven Smyth 0141 228 5961.
Please also let us know any requirements you may have, including communication support or dietary.
More about the Young Brits at Art competition
Find out more about Young Brits at Art competition on the Equality and Human Rights Commission website.