Art for all

28th November 2003 at 00:00
An exhibition of work by S2 pupils from 19 secondary schools across the west of Scotland is now on show in Glasgow. The pupils were the first to participate in the Clydesdale Bank Art for All programme, which is a series of one-day creative workshops in art, design and architecture.

The exhibition is on at the Glasgow School of Art, in the Atrium Gallery, Podium Gallery and the Mackintosh Building, until December 13.

The aim of the Art for All programme is to promote social inclusion while giving pupils an insight into the variety of creative skills that can lead to job or career opportunities. The bank is giving pound;100,000 for the workshops to run until 2005, involving over 5,500 pupils.

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