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Subject to Change: New Horizons

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A multidisciplinary group of young creatives produce new, artistic work that explores the uncertain times we're living in.

Beginning in July 2020, 15 artists were commissioned by Creative Learning to respond to the uncertain events throughout 2020-21.

The artists were a multidisciplinary group of young creatives, past and present, from Young Poets, Young Film Programmers, Young Visual Arts Group, National Open Youth Orchestra and Drum Works.

Each month a new piece was published online responding to events that occurred in the changing landscape throughout the pandemic. 

Subject to Change: New Horizons artists: Remi Graves, Oliver Cross, Destiny Adeyemi, Jeremiah Brown & Gabriel Jones, Timalka Kalubowila, Georgia Morgan Turner, Mandisa Apena & Tice Cin, Esme Allman, Leo Long, Annie Fan & Cia Mangat, Natasia Patel, Hector Dyer. 

Making Subject to Change: New Horizons

All the pieces were made by the artists in their own homes or in their local area during lockdown and covid-19 restrictions. The artists were assigned a month and asked to create an artistic response.

Each individual or collaborating pair of young creatives was matched with an Artist Mentor who supported the development of their pieces through one to one feedback sessions and conversations online. The Artist Mentors are experts in their fields and lead our young creatives programmes.

The Artist Mentors

Explore this month's creative response

Browse our long read to experience our young creatives' latest artistic work exploring the uncertain times we're living in.