An exhibition of work by clients from a charity which works with people who have suffered from a brain injury is on display at MK Gallery.
Making Headway is a display of ceramics which have been created over a period of seven weeks in workshops funded by the MK Community Foundation.
Participants explored glazing techniques and worked to an environmental theme. The exhibition includes examples of the participants’ research, preparatory work, glazed ceramics and photographic documentation of the process.
The exhibition, which is in the gallery’s project space, coincides with Brain Injury Awareness Week, from May 18 to 24.
Art can give people who have suffered from a brain injury a means of expressing themselves and may offer other benefits including improving fine motor control and co-ordination skills and hel combat anxiety and depression.
Admission to the exhibition is free.