Inspired by Vincent van Gogh
Yellow House is inspired by Vincent Van Gogh’s house in Arles where Vincent lived and worked with his door always open so people could see that the artist is a vital part of the community.
Yellow House is a unique youth organisation set up in the mid 1980s. Founded by George McKane in Liverpool, Yellow House is named after Vincent van Gogh’s House in Arles where his door was always open.
Yellow House have been committed to the social emotional wellbeing and development of young people.
Yellow House have been at the forefront of direct work with young people throughout Merseyside, UK and Europe working on a daily basis at our own Centre and in schools, colleges and other youth agencies- as well as major theatre, art and social projects gaining local, national and international recognition for innovative work.