Join us for the exhibition opening: GenART LIVE on Saturday 23rd April 2016 2 – 4pm, with a performance by Red Tie Theatre starting at 2.30pm. Free, all welcome.
Who are these passengers on this unusual looking plane? Where is it going? And where did it come from? ‘Flight of Fancy’ is a collaborative artwork made by students from St George’s School, with help from staff and artists Ian Whitmore and Hannah George. The students were inspired by a number of artworks in the Generation ART: Young Artists on Tour exhibition, shown in the West Gallery, and have come up with their own playful and unique response.
Saturday 23rd April – Saturday 21st May 2016
10am – 4pm, Mon – Sat (gallery closed Sundays)
Many thanks to the following for their help in this project: The Red Cross charity shop, Available Light Photography, The New Rembrandt Gallery, Julian Winslow and IW College for loan of their ‘aeroplane’.
Generation ART: Young Artists on Tour is a touring exhibition of children and young people’s artwork aged 5 – 18. For more information on Generation ART: Young Artists on Tour please visit: www.engage.org/genart
Generation ART: Young Artists on Tour is supported by Arts Council England’s Strategic touring programme, the Garfield Weston Foundation and the Helen Jean Cope Charity. Generation ART is run by engage, the National Association for Gallery Education, working in partnership with Turner Contemporary, Margate, New Walk Museum and Art Gallery and Soft Touch Arts, Leicester, Quay Arts, Isle of Wight, The Spark Arts for Children, The Mighty Creatives, Artswork, the Contemporary Visual Arts Network, the National Society for Education in Art and Design and the Expert Subject Advisory Group for Art and Design.