Apothecary Gallery CIC is an innovative gallery based in Hammersmith, West London
This exhibition is the culmination of a 20 week project delivered by artists and facilitators Zoe Lloyd and Estelle Vincent to twenty Year 11 students from Woodlane High School. Woodlane High School is a community special school for pupils aged 11-16 years. This Creative Enterprise and Digital Media Project focused on developing art skills within a business enterprise context and on presenting ideas through ICT and various forms of digital media.
The project is run in partnership with William Morris Sixth Form and has for aim to boost the participants’ self-confidence through personal and social development and to fire the imagination through creative thinking. The project focused on developing transferable skills such a literacy, numeracy and ICT, that could be used in employment and to facilitate the transition to post-16 education.
This exhibition is part of our Arts Education Programme, where each spring Apothecary Gallery CIC co-ordinates a series of exhibitions for photography, art & design and textiles students. The programme gives the students the opportunity to work in a professional environment; exploring curating, event promotion and presentation and developing their social and interactive skills and confidence.