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Homeless Oxfordshire Art Exhibition
17 January, 2024

Homeless Oxfordshire to hold art exhibition

Homeless Oxfordshire invites visitors to its Through Our Eyes exhibition to view life from a different perspective and see the daily challenges and joys through the eyes and art of individuals experiencing homelessness.

Everyone has potential and anyone can be creative.

People experiencing homelessness often lead lives that have been shaped by trauma, surrounded by stigma in an unseen part of the community.

Homeless Oxfordshire provides an open door and support for people when they need it most, helping individuals to process their experiences and express their feelings. Its regular art program provides an opportunity for everyone to be creative, with the notion that everyone has the potential to create meaningful art.

Homeless Oxfordshire’s Through Our Eyes exhibition at Fusion Arts gallery in Oxford will feature specially commissioned artworks created by its residents that provide a unique insight into the challenges and joys of daily life as a person experiencing homelessness.

Visit this unique exhibition and explore the unexpected creativity found in homelessness, see how individuals experiencing homelessness have expressed themselves through art, and get a glimpse of life through their eyes.

  • Fusion Arts Gallery, 95 Gloucester Green, Oxford, OX1 2BU
  • 22nd February-7th March, 10am-4pm
  • FREE entry  
Homeless Oxfordshire Art Exhibition

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