The YNA Collective is open to anyone aged 16-25 based in Norfolk
Through regular online meetings, training sessions, creative workshops, the Collective develop the skills and knowledge to enable them to produce and promote creative events, activities and exhibitions.
Due to the Covid-19 situation all YNA Collective activity is currently taking place online. Sessions will be held via Zoom, unless otherwise stated.
HOW TO APPLY
Recruitment for the YNA Colletive is currently closed and will open again in Spring 2021.
If you have any questions or are interested in getting involved you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“The Young Norfolk Arts team are really attentive to your personal development, providing opportunities tailored to your particular skill set and interests, this is something that I’ve really enjoyed about being a member of the Collective.”
YNA COLLECTIVE TAKEOVER BBC RADIO NORFOLK
On Thursday 3 December, members of the YNA Collective took over ‘The Social’ on BBC Radio Norfolk. Listen below for creative prompts and inspiration, original music and spoken word, and interviews with local young artists, musicians and creatives, and exploring creativity during lockdown.
no space, every place
As part of the virtual Young Norfolk Arts Festival 2020 the YNA Collective curated no space, every place – a virtual exhibition bringing together work made by young people across Norfolk in response to lockdown.
Produced by the Comms Team. A Zine is a small magazine that is produced by one person or a small group of people, and is about a subject they are interested in.
Written and produced by the Collective, the YNAC blog features news, reviews and creative responses to events and projects. Click here to visit the blog.
YNAF 2020 on BBC Radio Norfolk
YNA Collective Juke Box; James, Taylor, Immy, Heidi and Taryn choose tracks for the Future Radio Juke Box.
During YNAF 2018 Future Radio provided 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.