PracticeAccounting FirmsPwC hosts children’s art exhibition

PwC hosts children’s art exhibition

Artworks by looked-after children and young people held at firm’s London office

An art exhibition called ‘Flourish’, featuring works by looked-after children
and young people is being hosted and sponsored by
PwC
at its
Embankment Place
office.

The exhibition features some 20 works that include paintings, sculpture and
ceramics.

The artists range in age from eight to 20 and come from Bradford, Brighton,
East Sussex, Norfolk, Northampton, Portsmouth and the London boroughs of Newham,
Southwark and Waltham Forest.

Rob Bennett, public sector partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, said: ‘We
are committed to community involvement and our approach is to share resources,
skills and expertise to enable young people in our local communities to raise
their educational and creative achievements. It has been a real privilege to
meet the artists, and we wish them every success for the future.’

Further reading:

Accounting change to hit major art galleries

ASB policy change gives art galleries the brush-off

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