Students' Art Work Exhibit in Liverpool
Art Students’ Work Showcased in RRU in St John’s Market
RRU is now showcasing some of the art work created through their public engagement programme in response to their resident artists' work. Rapid Response Unit / RRU News is a unique cultural experiment designed to interpret, create and challenge how we receive news. Operating out of a newly formed independent news bureau, located in Liverpool’s St John’s Market, our reporters and correspondents are national and international artists, creatively responding to global events as they happen.
The exhibition is located in the first section of the Rapid Response Unit on the Upper Level of St John's Market, Liverpool and will be open 10:00am to 16:00pm from Monday to Friday. The show includes art work from students at Cardinal Heenan Catholic High School, St Vincent de Paul Catholic Primary School, service users from Young Persons Advisory Service, Liverpool and also poetry from the Liverpool public.
RRU can be followed on Twitter @RRUNEWS. Below is their tweet about Cardinal Heenan's contribution:
RRU's showing an exhibition of public engagement works! See the matchbox creations by children from St Vincent de Paul, @charli_xcx inspired body image masterpieces by @YPASLiverpool and @cardinalheenan pupils, as well as poems created by the public, @saltwaterpoetry & @AlFergs