Artwork at Booboo Cafe
Posted on 25th October 2017 at 09:57
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Cerebral Palsy Midlands (CPM) are really pleased to have our artwork exhibited in the local Harborne community at Booboo Café.
The work was exhibited as part of this year’s Harborne Artsmile that took place Saturday 30th September. There were all sorts of interactive art activities across the Harborne High Street from Harborne Swimming Baths to Computeraccount at the other end of the High Street.
Booboo Cafe have enjoyed having a collection of our artwork up on their walls and have continued to keep the exhibit a little longer. This helps us raise awareness for our charity and showcase the talent we have here at our centre.
The VeraNic Art Project is a sohisticated group of artists here at CPM. The group was set up to encourage our client’s creativity and imagination through the creation of various art pieces. These range from paintings, sketches, 3D sculptures and many more. The group is led by our amazing art tutor Mark Jenkins, a freelance artist, who encourages all of our clients to express themselves, through art, in whichever way they wish.
For more information about our artists and to see some of examples of their work please visit www.cpmids.org.uk/inspire or contact Development Officer Sarah Lilly on 0121 427 3182 (ext. 3).
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