CREATIVE PROGRAMMES FOR YOUNG PEOPLE
Creativity is now an essential life-skill. Find out how a collective of organisations spanning the creative industries, local business, youth groups, schools, arts and heritage, health and social services are working as one to develop the creative potential, skills and voice of our children and young adults.
We co-create high-quality creative activities for children and young people to enhance well-being.
We're passionate about working with young people to develop skills needed for the 21st century.
To survive and thrive in this world, the key skill will be creativity. The creativity to see new connections, and the creativity to transform information into ideas.
Future Creators to provide over 80 work placements in the creative industry
Future Creators, working together with Brighton Dome & Festival Ltd (BDBF), a collective of local businesses, youth groups, arts and heritage organisations, has become the lead Kickstart scheme gateway organisation for the creative and cultural sector…
HOW ARE CITIES FINDING NEW WAYS OF SUPPORTING LEARNING IN LOCKDOWN?
The Covid-19 crisis has changed how people think about education. More people being at home has elevated the importance of non-school based learning and informal education.The RSA Education team has been looking into ways to mitigate 'learning loss'…
WE ARE VERY PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE LAUNCH OF FUTURE CREATORS!
Formerly known as Our Future City, Future Creators is a collective of organisations spanning the creative industries, local businesses, youth groups, schools, arts and heritage and health and social services working as one to develop the creative potential,…
Exploring the Familiar
Employing creativity and the approach of psychogeography, Exploring the Familiar challenges well-being issues for children and young people around transitions.
Cities of Learning
Bringing together providers of informal learning opportunities with employers to recognise and badge informal learning wherever it happens.