Warwickshire Young Creatives – 16-24 year olds
Warwickshire Young Creatives and Art Skills Session for 16-24 year olds.
Learn new skills, discover a new career path and meet other young creatives.Explore your interest in taking part in the Heritage and Culture Warwickshire Youth Programme.
Don’t miss these great opportunities. Suitable for young artists, campaigners, creatives and those with an interest in heritage.
FREE Skills Sessions for 16-24 year olds: Arts Taster – Arts for Social Change
Saturday 2nd July 2.00pm-4.00pm
This Warwickshire Young Creatives skills session will be led by artist Emily Warner. Create live compositions with objects and text to film and photograph ‘activated posters’. Emily Warner is an artist and researcher who engages a multi-disciplinary arts practice such as performative-action, photography, and film. Places must be booked in advance on 01926 412132.
An Introduction to the Warwickshire Young Creatives
Thursday 7th July 5.00pm-8.00pm
This early evening event is a chance to explore what the Warwickshire Young Creatives programme has to offer and meet other 16-24 year olds in Warwickshire with an interest in the arts. Head to St John’s Museum for a celebration of youth arts in Warwickshire and find out more about the Warwickshire Young Creatives summer programme for 16 to 24 year olds. Get a festival stencil face paint with Sara Reynolds of Sara’s Parlour Face Painting, watch a VJ set by artist Liam D’Authreau and take part in making some art. Listen to Young Poet Laureate perform and take part in an ‘illustrating the activist’ art workshop with artist Emily Warner. Pizza and refreshments provided. Book in advance by calling 01926 412132 or just drop in on the night.
Warwickshire Young Creatives Summer Programme
Learn new skills, work with an artist and curators, create artwork for public display and plan exciting new events. Great opportunity to boost your C.V. Share your opinions and ideas with your peers and arts professionals about the most important things that impact on the lives of young people living in Warwickshire today. Highlight the issues that are important to you and develop your ability to translate ideas into art.
The workshops will take place each Saturday afternoon between 23rd July and 3rd September, 2-4pm. Applicants should be aged 16-24 years old. There are bursaries for each participant to cover travel costs up to £15 per session per participant.
To apply for the summer programme, write a short paragraph outlining why you think that it is important for young people to visit museums. Closing date Friday 15th July. Applications should be sent by email to email@example.com or via post to: Penelope Thomas, St John’s Museum, Warwick, CV34 4NF