Rise Up! Children & Young People’s Gallery at Bluecoat

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Children protesting with placards, made in a family workshop
Out of the Blue Group: Photo by Bluecoat

Rise Up! Children & Young People's Gallery at Bluecoat, City Centre 6 July — 29 September 2019 Entrance is free

Children and young people across the world are taking action to protect their futures and the environment they inhabit. Bluecoat invites you to join them and stand up for climate justice, through a series of artist-led workshops across the summer. Occupy the first floor gallery, organise amongst friends and explore how art can respond to what is happening to our planet.

Look out for artist led workshops happening throughout the summer.

What's on at Bluecoat

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