**Nu Gen is now taking place online every Tuesday evening at 5pm via Zoom and is led by artist Alice Dansey-Wright. Would you like to join the group? If so or if you would like more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
If you visit our Latest section of the website you’ll find a recent blog post on what’s been happening during the online version of Nu Gen!
You can read more about the group below - please note that any references to the building/group meetings were pre-lockdown when our building was open.**
Nu Gen is a free, weekly drop-in art group for those aged 11 years and over. The group challenges teenagers to make artwork that represents their interests, exploring identity and what it’s like to be a teenager today.
If you like drawing, painting or sculpture, are studying art at school or fancy trying something new - then Nu Gen is for you.
Want to design, create and paint a hand painted mural?
During March the Nu Gen sessions will be led by Artist & Designer Alice Dansey-Wright who will lead the group in working to a brief to design a mural for one of the public walls at The Bridge. Over the 5 weeks the group will look at design inspiration, collaborative decision-making, scaling up designs and painting the mural.
Mural Project from 3 – 31 March 2020
About the artist
Alice Dansey-Wright is an artist and designer working across various art forms, but with her primary focus on drawing and painting. Her arts practice encompasses mural design, textiles and garments, set design, jewellery, furniture, the body and performance. Her inspiration includes abstract and surrealist painting, folk art, craft and figurative sculpture.
Alice has worked in partnership with many other artists, designers and brands including Giannina Capitani, Soizig Carey, Tenement Design, Love & Squalor, Morven Mulgrew, SQUINT Clothing, Emer Tumilty, and BROTHER
Alice is also currently lead artist on Platforms Saturday Art Club and working with Platform on a collaborative project with Seven Lochs Wetland Park and Forrestry Land and Commission.