Location: Saatchi Gallery, London SW3 4RY

The fist ever Studio Saatchi Late event takes place from 6.30 - 8.30 pm on Thursday 12th September, showcasing the work of a group of 16 - 28 years olds, who have been affected by homelessness or social exclusion, led by the charity Centrepoint working in partnership with the Saatchi Gallery.

'Through the exploration of visual art (facilitated by me), video and spoken word, the project aims to support young people to develop creative skills and confidence. Social exclusion covers a diverse range of experiences such as mental health issues, substance abuse issues or a criminal conviction - all experiences which can make it more difficult to integrate and succeed in society.'

The young people will be displaying their work alongside the 'Sweet Harmony: Rave/Today exhibition considering themes of alienation and exclusion in the context of youth subculture.