Display you work at the Youth 19 Art Gallery
From March 2019, there will be a dedicated youth art gallery in the Garden of Reflection to celebrate the creativity and achievements of young people here.
We are inviting schools, community and voluntary sector, arts organisations or individuals who would like to host an art exhibition for 2 weeks during 2019 to complete the expression of interest form.
Your work can include, but is not limited to painting, drawing, photography, fashion, video or audio.
Youth 19 Arts Festival Fund
If you are aged 12-24 and have an event idea, we can give you the money to help make your idea a reality.
APPLICATION PROCESS HAS NOW CLOSED. DETAILS OF AWARDED EVENTS COMING SOON!
We are looking for 20 “Disruptors” who can make change happen by working with us to solve a local problem facing young people. You must be 24 years old or under to take part.
In return, we will support you by:
- Developing your critical analysis skills
- Giving you free training in Design Thinking
- Spending up to £10k on your solution.
Applications are welcome from 4th Febraury 2019
or call Brian O’Neill on 028 71 352 693.
Take Back the Streets – Youth Street Art
The PEACE IV Youth Street Art project, Take Back the Streets will be delivered by In Your Space Circus, who will team up with Jump NI, UV Arts and Create Dance, IYSC to produce a project involving circus, parkour, street dance and graffiti art, culminating in a city-wide festival in July, celebrating our streets.
The festival aims to showcase our city’s young talent, whilst questioning and exploring the ideas of identity, belonging and borders, all relevant topics at this time of uncertainty over our own border.
Through the disciplines the young people will get a chance to build friendships, confidence and reclaim the public spaces of the city.
It is a completely free project, grounded in good relations themes, and with the North West’s young talent at its heart, open to residents of Derry-Londonderry, Donegal and Strabane districts. Participants do not need any prior experience, but need to come with an open mind and a willingness to get involved and push their comfort zone.
This exciting opportunity will span March – September 2019 with a number of workshops, a week-long academy at the start of July, and the Youth Street Art Festival which will showcase all the young people’s work alongside industry professionals.
The project is open to all young people aged 12-24, and in particular we are very keen to reach children and young people who, for whatever reason, don’t get a chance to take part in something like this.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 028 7137 7113 for more information and to sign up to the programme.
The Youth Zone will give young people aged 12-24 the opportunity to take the lead in consulting with their peers, research existing shared space and youth zone models and the chance to work with a consultant who will develop the feasibility study and business case.