Meet the 2018/19 Orpheus Art Group as they introduce artworks that explore the theme of identity.
The six Orpheus Centre students have created multi-media artworks including silk screens, masks and clothing to express, explore and question ideas about identity, favouring themes of meaningful places and nature. While the artworks are diverse in their forms, a striking theme of vibrant colour and self-reflection runs through them.
Over the last twenty years the Orpheus Centre has focused on developing independence skills for young disabled adults through the performing and visual arts.
I hope you can join us for this special event. Admission is free and open to the public.
Helen Menges, art tutor at the Surrey-based specialist college, said, “The extraordinary artworks by our young, disabled students break down barriers and challenge preconceptions as they open-heartedly share their vision of the world with us.”
All proceeds from sales of the artwork will go to the Orpheus Centre. Orpheus is a registered charity (1105213) and an independent college for young disabled adults with a passion for the performing arts.
Don’t miss this fantastic exhibition.
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