Using clay as a medium of expression, the young teenage refugees of METAdrasi’s program for Supported Independent Living (SIL), and young adults, beneficiaries of the Semi-Autonomous Independent Living (SILA) in Kalamata unfolded their remarkable potential with refreshing artistic approaches.
Under the guidance of the distinguished ceramist and teacher at the Kalamata cultural association ‘Kallitexniko Steki‘, Mr. Elias Christopoulos, the young artists showcased their creations in a unique exhibition held at ‘Café Hellas’ in the city centre.
Numerous visitors that attended the exhibition admired jewelry, utensils, spinning tops and beautiful decorative accessories, and were also informed about METAdrasi’s activities in Kalamata.
METAdrasi wishes to express its appreciation to the members of ‘Kallitexniko Steki‘ for this important initiative that promotes the integration of young refugees in the daily life of the city where they live.
All proceeds will be used to cover the needs of the minors and young people hosted in METAdrasi’s semi-autonomous living apartments (SIL and SILA) in Kalamata.