The Sheffield Restoration Project
Marking the beginning of Sheffield Recovery Month, SASS presents The Sheffield Restoration Project, a creative exhibition showcasing the differing faces of substance abuse recovery from across the city.
The show includes work from individuals as well as a collaborative piece that invites services users, families, volunteers, workers and organisations connected to the recovery community to share something of their story and asks the question ‘what recovery means to you?’
The title of the show alludes to a sense of restoration a recovery journey brings to peoples' lives. We are all part of a community rebuilding confidence, skills, abilities, self-esteem, wellbeing, communities and peoples’ appreciation for life.
We would love for you to join us for the launch event on 3rd September, 17.00-19.00 at the Art House (8 Backfields, Sheffield, S1 4HJ. Off Division Street). The event will include a live performance, an opportunity to preview the work and make your own creative contribution, as well as finding out what else is happening during September's Recovery Month.
The exhibition runs till the 14th Sept and is open daily (except Sun).