This interactive exhibition features the work of young refugees and asylum seekers of all ages up to 16 years from schools in Lambeth including Lilian Baylis Technology College, Charles Edward Brooke, OLIVE (Open Learning Initiative for Vocational Education), Loughborough Primary, Lansdowne Special School, Turney Special School and Jubilee Primary.
The young people have used a number of vibrant colours, fabric, paints, and photography to explore their own creativity, using the symbol of hands as a basis for their work. The project, developed in partnership with the London Borough of Lambeth Ethnic Minority Achievement Department, has engaged with over 400 young people across the borough through a series of creative workshops with the aim of producing an interactive exhibition that uses the subject of hands as a stimulus; one that symbolically represents the positive contribution these young people have made to today’s society.
Members of the public are also invited to contribute to this exhibition – a series of blank hands made from cards will be available in the Café Gallery for visitors to contribute their own colourful expressions towards the exhibition
Venue: Oval House Theatre, Kennington Oval, London SE11
Transport: Oval Tube (one-minute walk Northern Line) Buses 3, 36, 59, 133, 155, 159, 185, 436
Access: Flat ground floor wheelchair access in downstairs theatre. Guide dogs are welcome.
Car park: For disabled visitors only, free on-street parking after 6.30pm (not in Congestion Charge area)
Café: Open theatre nights for wines, beers and meals