This is the first event like this that we’ve run at Creative Arts East, and we’re so excited to showcase some fantastic work from some of the UK’s best young creatives, encourage conversation around some of the barriers that young people face when it comes to arts opportunities, and give young people a platform to share their voice.
Where is this happening? Join us over on our Instagram page at @creativeartseast SATURDAY 3rd October, from 10am to 4pm, where we’ll be sharing content on our grid and stories throughout the day. You could even turn on notifications for our posts, so you don’t miss a thing!
What to Expect During the Day:
What is Youth Leadership?
Hear from us, other organisations, and our young creatives
What’s your personal experience of Young Arts Leadership?
Barriers, opportunities, collaboration, inspiration
What does the current landscape look like?
Results and infographics from our national survey
Young Creatives Showcase
Take a look at some of the UK’s current creative leaders and their work
SkillShare Prize Giveaway
Interact and engage with us, and you could win a year’s subscription!
Get involved by following us and the creatives we showcase, liking, commenting and responding to some of the questions we’ll pose, tagging your friends, and tagging us and using #BeingInTheArts to showcase your own work and thoughts on young arts leadership. Those that get involved will be entered into our free prize giveaway – you could win a year’s subscription to the creative training platform SkillShare subscription, worth £84!
Young Leaders Showcase:
We’ve had some wonderful submissions come in from young leaders, sharing their artwork and reflecting on their arts experiences. Take a look at their full profiles below and check out some video reflections that we’ve received HERE.
Results from Our Survey to Under 25s
Over the summer, we sent out a national survey aimed at under 25s interested in the arts and making decisions about arts and culture. Here are some of the results that we have found out:
Opportunities for Funding:
Wellbeing and Welfare