Grassroots arts organisation celebrates first decade with exhibition at The Lighthouse

07 July 2017

Recoat, a Scottish grass-roots arts organisation that specialises in contemporary urban art will celebrate a decade of exhibitions, mural projects, and education programmes with an exhibition – This Will Ruin Everything – at The Lighthouse.

The exhibition will run from 14 – 30 July, and its title was inspired by a comment aimed at the organisation during a mural project and is used in the organisations’ debate around public art, its purpose, function and value.

This Will Ruin Everything features forty Scottish and international artists and designers exhibiting a broad range of creative practices, from architecture to digital art to painting. The show will also feature the Lighthouse’s first ever mural.

Recoat, a Scottish grass-roots arts organisation that specialises in contemporary urban art will celebrate a decade of exhibitions, mural projects, and education programmes with an exhibition – This Will Ruin Everything – at The Lighthouse. The exhibition will run from 14 – 30 July, and its title was inspired by a comment aimed at the organisation during a mural project and is used in the organisations’ debate around public art, its purpose, function and value. This Will Ruin Everything features forty Scottish and international artists and designers exhibiting a broad range of creative practices, from architecture to digital art to painting. The show will also feature the Lighthouse’s first ever mural.

Source: The Lighthouse