Come and see this inspiring exhibition which showcases the experiences of young people from Leonard Cheshire’s ‘Can Do’ skills development programme.
A group of young people with disabilities or additional support needs have created a multi-media exhibition to showcase their experiences gained through Leonard Cheshire’s ‘Can Do’ skills development programme.
This inspiring display, on the theme of ‘Scottish People and Places’, enables the young people to tell their unique stories, give back to their local community and celebrate Scotland’s Year of Stories.
Through the ‘Can Do’ programme, the young people have had the opportunity to take part in a diverse range of creative storytelling activities, including learning about the Galloway Hoard in Kirkcudbright, creating their own comic strips with artist Anna Francesca Schiraldi, and taking part in an interactive storytelling session with Mostly Ghostly. All of which has fed into their final exhibition.
The exhibition is being held at The Bridge in Dumfries and in partnership with Dumfries and Galloway College where the young people are students.
Everyone is invited to come and see these stories!