Worcestershire County Council is delighted to announce details of its 18th Voices and Visions project, which is being held in the beautiful cloisters area of Worcester Cathedral.
Voices and Visions is one of the arts highlights of the year. This year the theme of the project is Our Generation and features art work from over 50 schools across the County.
The project is funded and delivered by the County Arts Service and is supported by the Worcestershire Arts Partnership. The exhibition will be open to the public from Saturday 13 May to Sunday 11 June.
Steve Wilson, County Arts Officer, spoke of his excitement about the project: "I am really looking forward to seeing the exhibition and seeing the fantastic quality of work from our schools. For any project to be running for 18 years is a great achievement."
This year the project is also being supported by the National Association of Decorative and Fine Arts (NADFAS) who have kindly given a grant to support artists to work in special schools across the county.
In June there will two performance dates at The Cathedral as well as one at the Hive.