An Insight On The Gallery From A Teenager's Point Of View

The week we all dread because you are worried you aren't going to like the job you are working in even though by the end of it you probably had an amazing time and won't want to leave. hopefully when you do your work experience you get to explore different skills for what you want to do when you're older, or maybe you have no clue on what you want to be. Sort of like me, I have an idea but I don't know if that will stick with me. when I was 4 I wanted to be Minnie mouse even though I'm a person not a mouse, when I was 10 I wanted to be an artist, when I was 13 I wanted to be a fashion designer even though I can't sew to save my life and now I am 15 and considering writing/journalism but anything could change.

My work experience is here at The Williamson Art Gallery, a place of warm welcomes, incredible art work and a sense of community. People from all ages come here to watch talks, see artists work and eat amazing cakes that are sold in the cafĂ©. My goal out of this experience is to contribute to The Gallery's blog taking about my point of view on the gallery, what everyone is like, what's going on in the gallery and what I think personally. Most artwork tells a story, maybe I could write that story, I'm not too shabby at English so this shouldn't be too hard.