Community-art graffiti panel: Knowledge Exchange programme on Youth Homelessness

Andrea Rodriguez (Artist), Ruth Freeman (Artist), Fernando Lannes Fernandes (Artist), Camila Biazus-Dalcin (Artist), Fiona Kumari Campbell (Artist), Lorraine van Blerk (Artist)

Research output: Non-textual formExhibition


Graffiti is a street art movement used to transform public spaces and to disseminate key messages. Community-based organizations and young people experiencing homelessness attending the programme 'Helping young people feel at home in Scotland' produced a Graffiti panel to reflect the final recommendations of this programme. The programme was lead by Andrea Rodriguez and the activity was developed by the Spectrum Arts Company. The graffiti panel was produced by 25 participants of the knowledge exchange programme on youth homelessness 'Helping young people feel at home in Scotland' and marked the final series of events and youth consultations carried out. The panel had strong involvement from the youth participants. The panel was created in a collective way and expressed key words regarding youth service provision. The panel had the word youth in the middle surrounded by other words and figures such as voice, fairness, trust and team.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationAction for Children Dundee
PublisherScottish Universities Insight Institute
Media of outputOther
Size10 m (L) x 5m (H)
Publication statusPublished - 15 Oct 2019


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