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The Young Creatives are a group of people aged 14 – 21 years interested in the arts, culture and creativity.

The Young Creatives play an active role in influencing and coproducing projects, working alongside De La Warr Pavilion programmers and professional artists while exploring creative ambitions and developing new interests and skills.

The Young Creatives is open to any young person interested in working as a team and developing their skills. You will have the opportunity to have an active role in shaping the creative activity and projects at the De La Warr Pavilion and in the community.

“I came to the De La Warr Pavilion for my work experience and was interested in continuing an involvement through the arts. Becoming a Young Creative has been interesting and has introduced me to new ideas”

“The Young Creatives enables me to expand on my ideas around art and understand others ideas as well as developing skills of my own”

“Young Creatives allows a real insight into the running of an organisation like the De La Warr Pavilion”

“The Young Creatives is an escape from school – it’s more of a relaxed environment so its nice to have a break and come here”

“I found out about the Young Creatives through the Heart of Sidley Media Club after creating some trailers for the De La Warr’s summer outdoor screenings. My hobbies include animation and playing guitar”

While The Feeling were in the building, some of our Young Creatives were given the incredible opportunity to ask them about their journey into music. Watch their interview below.

Upcoming Young Creatives events

New Rituals
Saturday 18 April, 6pm
Free
A drop-in event co-devised by the Young Creatives and artist Sam Ayre in dialogue with ideas in the exhibitions.
New information soon.

If you have any further queries or require additional information please get in touch using the enquiry form below or call Grace Clements, Learning & Participation Coordinator on 01424 229 103.

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