Your future, your voice! >>> Engage Works is a creative programme for young people and those working in the sector, to explore creative career pathways and activism.

Engage works is back for a day of FREE creative workshops and discussions with opportunities to meet and connect with other local creatives and representatives of cultural organisations.

Have your say on the future of creative leadership in Norwich with lunch provided!

We are very grateful to the National Centre for Writing for hosting the event at the wonderful Dragon Hall on Saturday 5th November 2022, from 10am – 3pm.

It has been coordinated in partnership with the Norwich 2040 Local Cultural Education Partnership (LCEP), with support from Festival Bridge and Norwich University of the Arts, and is open to young people across Norfolk.

More details on the programme to come shortly, however if you have any questions about the programme in general, please get in touch.



Creative Career Panel 1: Hosted by Norwich University of the Arts. With a focus on working in the digital, film and design sector.

Creative Career Panel 2: Hosted by Norwich University of the Arts. With representatives from theatre, music and visual arts.

Creative Career Panel 3: Hosted by Young Norfolk Arts. An insightful chat into making a creative career – from poetry to music and art!

Positive Activism Workshop with Young Activist Network: sharing their creative activism and inspiring you to think of different ways you can achieve change.


Explore and find out more about some of the creative and cultural organisations in Norwich.



Where can I go to find out more about activism in Norwich and Norfolk?

Young Activist Network connects and support young activists and youth-led organisations working for social justice in Norfolk and beyond. Find out more

Extinction Rebellion is a politically non-partisan international movement that uses non-violent direct action to persuade governments to act justly on the Climate Emergency.​ Find out more about XR Youth Norwich

Want your voice heard? Want to make a difference? The YAB is open to all young people aged 11-19 (up to 25 with a disability) who live or study in Norwich. Find out more

In solidarity, bringing together local news, updates and resources on #BlackLivesMatter movements across Norwich and the region. Find out more

Angry about discrimination and campaigning for change. Celebrating diversity and challenging inequality. For anyone aged 14 – 25 and in Norfolk. Find out more

Norwich Pride has one mission: to ensure that we live in a city where everyone can feel safe and proud to be themselves. Find out more


Young Norfolk Arts Trust is a charity which uses all its income to provide life changing opportunities for young people across Norfolk. Every project and activity is offered to children and young people for free, including our yearly festival programme. Support us by donating what you can…