Luton based Att10tive Social Enterprise has been working with Icknield High School, the University of Bedfordshire, Barnfield College, Luton Sixth Form College, The Link Community and Sundon Park Arts to produce an art exhibition about gangs and knife crime.
The Stop and Think exhibition will be open on Saturday, March 14, at the University of Bedfordshire, from 12noon till 3pm in Room G101.
The art exhibition is an interpretation of how Luton's creative people highlight both the problems and the solutions to people becoming involved in gangs and knife crime.
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Montell Neufville, director of Att10tive, said: “It is a wonderful effort from such a diverse range of people who are interested in art in all its forms.
"People came from people in community groups, schools, colleges or just interested individuals.
"We were able to put on this event with the help and support of Bedfordshire Police Crime Commissioners office and Near Neighbours who are our sponsors.”
If you would like to visit the event email: [email protected]