The G41 project aims to inspire young people to engage with contemporary visual art – specifically sculpture and public art. S2 pupils from Glasgow’s Gaelic School and S3 pupils from Bellahouston Academy took part in workshops that explored the conceptual, creative, cultural and curatorial aspects of contemporary sculpture in a project inspired by Kenny Hunter’s Kontrapunkt exhibition at House for an Art Lover – which was part of the nationwide GENERATION and Culture 2014 programme. Encouraged by the artists Freya Fullarton, Tess Vaughan, Vivienne Priestly and Zivile Siutilaite from Glasgow School of Art, the pupils have developed their ideas to create an exhibition of their own contemporary sculptural works using a variety of different materials and processes.
|Period||21 Oct 2014 → 27 Oct 2014|
|Location||Glasgow, United Kingdom|
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