Here at Voice we offer young writers and media-makers (16-30 years) the platform and editorial oversight to make their opinions heard.
JOURNALISM TRAINING FOR ARTS WRITERS
Join us on 7 April in London for a training day with our team and fellow young arts writers, where we’ll help you to find your voice and shape up your commentary on the world of arts and culture.
We’ll guide you through how Voice operates and the ins-and-outs of becoming a commentator. There'll be dedicated writing time to help you flesh out your ideas and communicate your opinions effectively.
We’ll also run some training on reviewing arts events, crucial if you join us later in the year for major festivals such as Brighton Fringe!
There’ll also be an opportunity to help shape the Voice editorial calendar for the upcoming year.
Becoming a regular Voice Contributor offers many benefits:
- The opportunity to review shows at major festivals like Brighton Fringe and Edinburgh Festival Fringe
- Professional editing of your work to sharpen your writing
- Promotion on our social media and Google Adwords
- Press tickets to events and shows
- Training opportunities
- A chance to meet other like-minded young people from all parts of the UK
So come meet us on 7 April and make your Voice heard!
Apply for your (free) place on the workshop or register your interest in joining the magazine as a contributor by emailing Cath at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Voice cultivates a national network of young journalists and commentators. We cover arts, culture, politics and tech with contemporary and provocative commentary, dynamic interviews and thoughtful features.
Our reporters cover major festivals like Edinburgh Fringe, UK City of Culture and Brighton Fringe. We run regular workshops with guest speakers, such as Mozilla Festival House at the Royal Society of Arts with online vlogger and VICE Political Correspondent Rants N Bants.
Image credit: © Terry Michelle Fuller 2018