Creativity and the arts are experiencing enormous challenges. Change is in the air. We can either sink or swim – we want to swim.

Young people from all walks of life will be the makers, the shapers and the consumers of creativity in the future, providing the energy, vision and understanding of what we need the next decade to look like.

If we come together now, we can ensure the future creative workforce is diverse, inclusive and welcoming of difference, making work which is accessible. We invite you to come as a keynote listener to our digital conference, talk to and be inspired by young people whose lives have changed because of their passion for arts and culture.

Let’s come together to reimagine the creative landscapes of the future so they are relevant, accessible and inclusive for all.

20th January | 16:30-18:00 | Zoom

We are joined by the following as key responders:

  • Anne Applebaum - Director of Children and Young People at the Arts Council 
  • Lynn BarlowAssistant Vice-Chancellor Creative and Cultural Industries Engagement at University of the West of England
  • Helen Cammock - British artist shortlisted for the 2019 Turner prize and awarded the prize along with the other three nominees
  • Debbie Hillyerd - Director of Education at Hauser & Wirth

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