Scottish Youth Theatre , Glasgow
Thursday, 21 Feb
Come on down to Scottish Youth Theatre from 4-5.30pm on Thursday 21st February to this FREE CONNECT Event to Celebrate Young Creatives and bring them together with key practitioners and organisations who provide quality Youth Participatory Arts activities in Glasgow and the wider area. There will be an Industry Leader guest speaker (to be announced) and activities designed to encourage networking, create new links and potential future projects and partnerships.
Members of Glasgow CAN's Youth Arts Committee The Bold Collective will be at the event, sharing their expertise and inspiring ideas!
Freelance Artists who are interested in offering such provision / working in the field but don't yet have links, and young people aged 16-25 who are looking to lead or access such activities and have ideas for filling gaps in provision are very much encouraged to attend.
A wee cup of soup and soft drinks will be on offer if people are heading-off elsewhere afterwards or indeed are just heading home after work / school / college.
If you are interested in bringing a group of young people / accompanying a young person but transport is an issue, please contact us as we have access to a small transport budget.
Also if anyone is interested in performing or presenting work at the event please get in touch.
Please email [email protected] or call 07557411284 for further information, and support with access or dietary requirements.
Scottish Youth Theatre
105 Brunswick Street
Glasgow Connected Arts Network is the city’s artistic and cultural hub. Funded by Glasgow City Council, GCAN is invested in encouraging and maintaining public engagement, awareness and understanding of participatory arts in Glasgow. We facilitate skills and resource sharing, and the exchange of ideas, offering our members access to invaluable training opportunties. We encourage collaboration and connection between artists and communities across Glasgow, and we regularly fund arts projects which seek to reach and engage new audiences. We aim to increase participation and learning in arts projects, to promote and advance the economic, social and cultural development of Glasgow, and reflect the diverse communities within it.