Impact Arts

Workshops: Glasgow

Over the course of three workshops, 21 young people from across Glasgow collaborated with artists and researchers in group discussions and creative activities to explore diverse understandings of what shapes health and our priorities for potential solutions to the enduring existence of health inequalities.

Each group met over four days online. In preparation, young people received creative packs to their door, including materials for sketching, collage, and printmaking.

Artists Jack Stancliffe and Beth Farmer led creative activities to help groups get to know each other, get to grips with collage and printmaking techniques and express their perspectives through art-making.
This Zine gives an overview of the creative outputs the young artists produced and presents work produced across all three groups for the first time.

The project is supported by Economic and Social Research Council and the Arts and Humanities Research Council [ES/S001913/1].