Art of the inner city

The Children's Society has teamed up with an art gallery to give young people from black and minority ethnic groups a voice to express themselves on Britain's gun culture. Bristol's City Museum and Art Gallery is hosting the Right Track exhibition until early April. All of the works on display are by 10 to 17 year olds from inner cities. Bristol artist Tony Forbes ran a workshop for the youngsters in which he helped them create art from their experiences. Forbes also produced a booklet to accompany the exhibition expressing young people's views on topics such as employment and racism.

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