It's arts based, FREE, accessible and made by young people for young people! For those aged 14 - 25 who are interested or involved in the arts. Carers and guardians welcome.
There will be an array of workshops lead by the youth committee including drama, music, henna body art and visual art and free food! It also marks the launch of the collective's Youth Arts Manifesto which was created alongside artist and zine maker Saffa Khan.
The event is open to all and aims to provide a completely accessible, safe space for the city's young creatives. Anyone is welcome to drop in but If there is any additional support or info we could provide please contact youtharts@glasgowcan.
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