Home is where the Art is II
A collaborative youth-led art project and exhibition
The Children’s Gallery
Now in its second year, Home Is Where the Art Is is a youth-led project, matching professional artists with schools and youth groups across Kildare to encourage and foster creativity. Riverbank Arts Centre invited youth community groups to work with us and a number of talented artists, to create pieces of art which formed this exciting exhibition in our Children’s Gallery in the months of June and July in celebration of creativity, community and young people.
Participating groups: Amadeus Youth Group, Curragh Family Resource Centre After School Group, Newbridge Family Resource Centre Homework Club, Foroige Milltown Jumping Jellybeans Group, (YTDC) Newbridge Youth training & Development Centre, Newbridge Youth Project: The Unoriginals and Next Generation
Participants: Niamh O’Reilly, Sean Murphy, Roisín Murphy, Nathan Ewnetu, Laticia Crinnigan, Ruth Kinsella, Alliyah Agoro, Zainab Agoro, Kelly Webster, Emer Somers, Eoin Walsh, Karolina Cienkosz, Alex Kelly, Eoin Storey, Kerry Doran, Abigail Hogan, Ellen Butler, Max O’Neill-Doyle, Breanna Geoghgan, Kerry Higgins, Crystal Roache, Robyn Hughes, Joseph Adebesin, Wisdom Michael, Vincent Michael, Justine Turner, Leanne Mahon, Deborah Adebesin, Clodagh Lennon, Edward Lennon, Michael, Eoin Sheridan, Conor Wright, Danielle McNally, Charlie Regan, Siofra Coughlan, Karl Schmelter, Catherine O Toole, Caitlyn Kennedy, Maja Bartzel, Ricky McCarter, Natasha Lennon, Jessica Lennon, Craig Dunne, Ashleigh Barrett, Niks Litans-Aglonietis, Patrick Morgan, Dylan Clarke, Cassie Kavanagh, Victoria Walsh, Veronica Conors, Jane Conors, Christopher Morgan, Cian Rodgers, Eoin Duffy, Cameron Forde, Mackenzie Mullins
Artists: Lorraine Walsh, Marta Golubowska, Brian Cregan, Aideen Cross, Michelle McBride, Vera McEvoy