It’s all in a day at The Point; the chatter of young people as they meet their artist in the colourful café, a group of dancers choreographing work in response to the latest exhibition, a crescendo of voices spilling out from the Quirky Choir, new visitors meeting in one of the lovely rooms for training.
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Famous Faces: open until Friday 19 December
|Monday 10 November - Friday 19 December. Entry to the gallery is free and is open to all.|
|Together with the artist Emma Wilson, adults with severe autism have created a series of collages depicting many well- known faces.|
|Come and create your own portraits at The Point at drop-in sessions with artist Emma Wilson. Drop-in on Saturday 29 November and Saturday 6 December.|
10th November - 19th December
‘Famous Faces’ features portraits of well-known people created by autistic people from Doncaster with the help of artist Emma Wilson.
The collage portraits are kitsch, quirky and filled with glorious colour and texture. Expect to meet The Queen, Elvis and Einstein as you've never seen them before.Read More