Nigel Tooby raised awareness with Eye Spy exhibit today at GEM, Incommunities Housing Association, Bradford supported by Gentoo Group and David John Tovey.
The Homelessness GEM Shack (Graduate Employment Mentoring) was delivered in Bradford on 8 December for graduates participating in the GEM Programme. The GEM Programme runs for twelve months and is delivered by the Centre for Partnership, part of the Incommunities Group, which is based in Bradford. GEM is for graduates beginning careers in social housing and it is vital they understand and connect strongly with the significance of homelessness from the earliest stage in the programme. Nigel Tooby, SOTS artist in residence, discussed making his SOTS exhibition available to the GEMs.
The GEM, Graduate Employment Mentoring Programme has been engaging graduate potential since 2009 in Housing, Built Environment and Community sectors.