Arabic Welfare recently took the talented young artists from the Makani program on an inspiring visit to Space 2b Social Design Gallery. There, they had the privilege of meeting Janine Lawrie, CEO & Founder of Space 2b, and Lucy Worsly, Operations Manager.

During their visit, the artists engaged in discussions about the array of opportunities offered by Space 2b, including showcasing their artworks, participating in art workshops, job training, and various other creative prospects.

Space 2b was very generous to our young artists as they took them for a tour in the art laneway that was painted by artists who are newly arrived from all around the world, they got to see the current exhibition on display ‘VISIONS OF HUMANITY: FACES, EYES AND THE INNER SELF’, and they got the chance to see the Japanese Sashiko Workshop that was running at the gallery.

To find out more about upcoming programs like this, contact us at 9380 9536.