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A new Young Gallery project begins!

We have started working with P6s from Dalmarnock and St Anne's Primary Schools in the East End of Glasgow as part of our Young Gallery programme.

The theme running throughout this project is the topic of games and creative play, so with that in mind we visited Baltic Street Adventure Playground in Dalmarnock to help spark off some inspiration!

Open daily, the playground is child-led, meaning that the children who use the space make their own decisions and have the opportunity to build things wherever they choose. The children had an absolute blast, and the visit has set them up well for thinking about the work they will exhibit at the Young Gallery next year.

Click here to find out more about our work with children.

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