Through regular meetings, training sessions, practical hands-on workshops and collaborative sessions with our partners, the Collective develop the skills and knowledge to enable them to manage, produce, promote and evaluate arts events, activities and exhibitions.
Members of the Collective have the opportunity to:
- produce, promote and manage arts events and exhibitions
- learn and develop new creative skills alongside professional artists
- gain training and mentoring from industry professionals
- develop knowledge of the creative and cultural industries
- record and document projects through film, photography, writing blogs, creating podcasts and radio content
- attend and support events at YNAF, Norwich Science Festival and Norfolk & Norwich Festival
- enhance CV’s and career prospects
- work towards a Bronze or Silver Arts Award
How to apply
The first round of recruitment for the 2019-2020 Collective is now closed but will open again in January. If you have any questions or would like to express an interest in joining please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Collective members should….
- be aged between 16 and 25
- have a keen interest in the arts and creative activities
- want to contribute to Young Norfolk Arts activities and to gain valuable training and experience in so doing
- be reliable and professional in outlook and behaviour
- promote Young Norfolk Arts generally and be good ambassadors for its activities and those of its partners
- be keen to attend YNAC related events during evenings, weekends and school holidays
We want to make sure that the Collective is inclusive and accessible as possible, if there are any barriers to you joining e.g transport, financial or access, then please get in touch.
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Circus took centre stage in 2018 to celebrate the 250th anniversary since the art-form was born! Norwich was selected as a Circus 250 host city
Selected as a Circus 250 host city, Norwich’s Lord Mayor’s Celebration concluded around a parade of elephants, a circus themed Lord Mayor’s Street, street performances and exhibitions, followed by Chapelfield Summer Circus, a celebration of circus in the big top the following week. The events were created by local and national artists working with the community to tell the rich story of Circus in Norwich. YNA worked with local schools, artists and internationally renowned Kinetika to create outsized flags and creative costumes for this wonderful event. There was also a preview at the Great Yarmouth Carnival.
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Young Norfolk Arts Festival Comms Team Juke Box James, Taylor, Imy, Heidi and Tarren choose tracks for the Future Radio Juke Box.
Young Norfolk Arts Festival 2018 ran from 21 July 2018. A celebration of creativity by and for young people in Norfolk. Future Radio is providing radio training for the young communications team and this juke box put together by the team was their first experience of recording in the Future Radio studios in the centre of Norwich.