Our Wellbeing Groups present Synergy, an art exhibition in collaboration with the University of Leeds School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies, Caitlín O’Doherty (Fine Art student at the University of Leeds) and Ranya Abdulateef (textiles artist and Leeds Refugee Forum’s wellbeing group coordinator). “Synergy” refers to the combined power or effectiveness that occurs when individuals or elements work together in a cooperative and harmonious way.

Everyone is welcome and invited to this community exhibition showcasing artwork created by the Men’s and Women’s Wellbeing Groups at Leeds Refugee Forum.The event aims to celebrate the power of collaboration, diversity and unity through art.

The exhibition will take place on Friday 19th April from 11am to 2pm at the School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies at the University of Leeds. It will feature a wide range of artistic expressions, including paintings, textiles, film work and mixed media pieces. Each artwork is a reflection of the unique experiences, perspectives and talents of the participants.

In addition to the collaborative artwork, the exhibition will also feature a mini art market. This provides an opportunity for attendees to support local artists and take home unique pieces that resonate with them. It’s a chance to appreciate the creativity and talent within the community.

Overall, the “Synergy” community exhibition event promises to be a truly inspiring and uplifting experience. It’s a celebration of art, community and the power of collaboration.

12/04/2024 11:00 am
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