Artist Adam Khalifa has been working with a community group from Highfields and St Matthews. Adam says “The workshops have focused on the working title: Saath, which means ‘Unity’ in Gujarati. This has been visually translated using Indian patterns and paint. The group have worked on and discussed how using these designs reflect: diversity, prosperity, new beginnings, and celebration.” Adam’s personal practice is inspired by diversity and community culture within the working-class environments focusing on cultural, religious and political dialogue. challenging current ideas and concepts that open new questions, capture diversity and making work for the wider community.