Young Creatives on Change

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Work by young creatives from our Barbican Guildhall Creative Learning programmes will be presented in a new exhibition at the Barbican Library.

Tying in with National Poetry Day for the month of October, the exhibition will include work by the Barbican Young Poets and Young Visual Artists on the theme of change. The exhibition will link to the 2018 Pit theatre programme, where Barbican Young Poets will perform repertoire from this exhibition at a live public event in The Pit, mc’d by Jacob Sam La Rose.

Barbican Young Poets and the Young Visual Arts Group are just two of the many free programmes offered to young creatives to develop their skills with the help of industry professionals and a growing community of creative peers. Have a look at the opportunities that are currently open.

 

Part of the Barbican’s 2018 season The Art of Change that explores how the arts respond to, reflect and potentially effect change in the social and political landscape.

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