You are invited to join us for a youth-led celebration of Time to Shine, Scotland's National Youth Arts Strategy.
The first ever TTS Unconvention takes place on Thursday 20 October at SWG3 in Glasgow with a programme featuring performances, screenings, presentations, an exhibition, and showcases from a range of youth arts projects.
Time to Shine is Scotland’s first National Youth Arts Strategy. The aim is to support all of Scotland’s children and young people to flourish and achieve through arts and creativity. It covers all 0 to 25 year olds, and focuses on enabling participation, progression and provision.
Whatever your involvement in arts and creative learning this is an ideal opportunity to see first hand the progress of Time To Shine.
Live performances will include some of the most exciting emerging artists, musicians, poets and dancers from all over Scotland.
Breakout sessions will include discussions exploring a range of themes including: Participation; Progression; Provison; youth empowerment; social inclusion; and early years.
Lunch and refreshments will be provided.
A full programme and schedule, as well as details of speakers, will be made available shortly. Book your free place now to be part of this exciting youth-led celebration of Time To Shine.
Young people (14+) are welcome to attend the event with their youth group or arts organisation. This event is likely to be of interest to young people who are engaged in youth advisory groups, ambassador roles, internships, mentorship programmes or similar youth empowerment activity.
Tickets are limited to 5 per organisation - this includes staff and young people. If you have any questions or require further information about youth attendance before you book please contact Christine Halsall, TTS Programme Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org
Photography and video will be captured throughout this event. If you, or any young people in your group, wish to opt out of being photographed or filmed please confirm this on the day when you arrive at SWG3.