Introducing 'Can Art Change the World' Judge No.2: Neha Lakhanpaul

Neha Lakhanpaul is one of our Youth Network members for 2015-16, in her role as Arts Award Activist. She's a London-based Law Student and dancer, who also loves graffiti and activist art. She's currently setting up her own non-profit arts organisation.

Introducing 'Can Art Change the World' Judge No.2: Neha Lakhanpaul

Neha will be on the judging panel in May for our current competition Can Art Change the World (closing April 30th 2016!). If selected by our judging panel, which also includes young filmmaker Agi K, you could WIN £100 to further your creative project, or free remote Gold support.

Here's what Neha had to say about the opportunity...

"This competition is a great chance to showcase your talent and express your creativity. Entering will also be a step towards building your skills and confidence in your art form, whether it's just a hobby or a future career! The prizes themselves underline something very important about this competition, the art you create could change YOUR world if you win; let alone all the people you may inspire! The prizes may enable you to reach more people with your art, or simply extend your own practice. Art is a journey of discovery, both of the world around you and yourself, and this is a great opportunity to enjoy that, reflect on your own thoughts and voice an opinion in a unique way!"

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