Young People In The Arts

Join us for a virtual event on Tuesday 15 December 6:30PM-7:30PM! 

Young People In The Arts

About this event

Starts: Tuesday 15 December 2020 6:30 PM

Ends: Tuesday 15 December 2020 7:30 PM

Organised by: YPIA

Although we can't all meet in person this year, we thought it would be nice to bring people working in the arts together to chat and make new connections with like-minded people.

Whatever your role is, this is a great opportunity to meet new people, talk about the highs and lows of the past few months and to unwind ahead of the festive season.

The format of the evening will be very informal - the event will last one hour and you'll be put in small rotating breakout rooms, the idea being that you get a chance to talk to lots of people!

The session is free to attend but please make sure to RSVP in advance. The Zoom link will be sent out the day before the event.

Sign up here!

MINDFUL MOMENT:  PUT YOUR PHONE AWAY

Taking a break from work? Try to put your phone or other distractions away and really focus on the senses around you. If you're eating lunch, focus on what it smells and tastes like and really take your time with it. If you're out for a quick walk, take in the sounds and colours around you.

FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM!

Follow @youngpeopleinthearts on Instagram for details on our events, arts jobs and opportunities from other arts organisations


www.instagram.com/youngpeopleinthearts

Header Image Credit: YPIA

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25-year-old writer/blogger living in London. I have an MA in publishing, a BA in creative writing & journalism and am a featured author in The Women Writers’ Handbook. I write about all kinds of things but nothing beats a good opinion piece!

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