Free webinar with Creative Youth: Celebrating identity, heritage and the arts

Creative Youth is hosting a free webinar celebrating identity, heritage and the arts on Monday 22 February, at 7pm GMT, live on Zoom. 

Free webinar with Creative Youth: Celebrating identity, heritage and the arts

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Starts: Monday 22 February 2021 7:00 PM

Ends: Monday 22 February 2021 8:00 PM

Join Creative Youth in this free webinar celebrating identity, heritage and the arts. 

We'll explore how the arts and heritage can go hand in hand, how we can explore our cultural identities and the benefits of integrating the two worlds. The panel will be highlighting some of their creative projects and other organisations which incorporate these themes in their work.

This live webinar will take place on Monday 22 February, from 7pm-8pm.
Register at: http://bit.ly/CYArtsandHeritage

Featuring panelists: Vincente Canas, Graeme Baker, Robin Moran, Ruth Odewale, Kathryn Woodvine and Molly Freeman

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This webinar is part of a free monthly series by Creative Youth, called So You Wanna Work in the Arts, discussing key arts industry topics.

Supported by Arts Council England
Header Image Credit: Charlotte Levy

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Creative Youth

We enable young people, aged 5-26, to realise their potential through the arts, involving them in innovative, original and ambitious projects. We believe that every young person has the right to access the arts and creativity and should be encouraged to take initiatives, risks and push boundaries in an inclusive environment. 

We are the charity behind International Youth Arts Festival.

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1 Comments

  • Hector Macduff

    On 19 February 2021, 14:58 Hector Macduff Kickstart Team commented:

    Educational and a chance to include more creatives from rural areas. Growing up in the countryside I never had as many accessible arts venues but plenty of heritage sites, a future with both worlds working together is definitely something I'd like to see!

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