The young people on our Creative Pathways: Environmental Design project in Irvine held a final showcase on Wednesday, gathering their favourites out of the vast collection of environment-inspired work they have produced over the last 11 weeks.
Friends, family and teachers were treated to a spectacular collection of lino prints, scraffito studies, self-portraits, origami boats and bird boxes. The group also produced a zine featuring some outstanding examples of work.
The young people who have engaged with the project over the past eleven weeks were presented with certificates. As well as showcasing work to others, it was a great opportunity to underline to themselves exactly what they had achieved and the volume and diversity of work they have produced.
Funded by Our Bright Future, the Creative Pathways: Environmental Design programme is all about getting young people to think about their surroundings, increasing awareness of environmental issues, building confidence and learning new skills.
Some participants in Irvine are re-engaging with school after a period of absence, others have been successful with college interviews, and others have reached other positive destinations. We would like to congratulate all participants on what they have achieved during their time on the project and wish them all the best on their route to a bright future!