Heart of Glass is delighted to announce the launch of 2020 Vision, a new project by Sophie Mahon in collaboration with young people from across St Helens.
2020 Vision is a project exploring the future of our world through the perspective of young people in St Helens. The exhibition showcases a number of artworks relating to the past and present and explores the best and worst possible narratives for the future.
The project is a partnership between Heart of Glass and Helena Homes Make It Happen project, and supported through our participation in the Creative Europe funded Collaborative Arts Partnership programme (CAPP).
Over the course of six months Sophie developed workshops with St Helens Youth Service, Wild Card Amateur Boxing Club, St Cuthbert’s Catholic High School, St Augustine’s of Canterbury Catholic High School, The Sutton Academy, Free Runners Derbyshire Hill Family Centre, Parr Library, Chester Lane Library, Holy Trinity Church and 818 group; bringing together a group of young collaborators with whom she has developed the project.
Join us for the 2020 Vision Launch Event this Thursday May 4th 4pm – 6.30pm
St Mary’s Market (former CelebLook shop),
6 Brownlow Arcade (Church Street entrance), St Helens, WA10 1AG
Friday May 5th – Sunday May 21st
Monday to Saturday – 11.30am – 5.30pm Sundays 12pm – 4pm
Heart of Glass is an agency for collaborative and social arts practice based in St Helens