4th February 2019 11:59am
In partnership with Young Greenwich, Royal Museums Greenwich is offering a free programme to young people aged 15-19 who live or study in Royal Borough of Greenwich.
The National Maritime Museum is hosting a FREE up-skilling opportunity for young people who wish to develop sound producing skills. The project forms part of the Youth Programme at the National Maritime Museum and focuses on curating a sound exhibition for our ‘Out at Sea’ event on Saturday 23 February.
The Young Soundtrack Producer Project will be taking place at the National Maritime Museum from Monday 18 – Friday 22 February 2019 from 10am - 4pm.
Why you should take part:
Taking part in this project to help boost your skills & experiences including:
- Master the art of producing music
- Develop your sound engineering skills
- Learn how to DJ
- Work with professional curators to develop your own creative response
- Add invaluable skills to your CV
- Gain accreditation
- Work with industry professional
What’s in it for you?
In addition to the skills mentioned, you will have the opportunity to:
- Earn your Bronze Arts Award
- Add your volunteer experience to your CV
- Work with professionals in the industry
- Develop studio/sound skills
- To contribute to organising a public event and featuring in the Museum’s gallery
- Work with young people through various creative mediums
- Get hands on experience in the Arts, Cultural and heritage sector
To become a volunteer, you must:
- Be open to try new things!
- Be aged 15-19
- Live or study in the Royal Borough of Greenwich
- Apply by Thursday 15 February
- Be able to volunteer for 5 days from Monday 18 – Friday 22 February 2019 10am – 4pm
Spaces are limited so click here to book your free place now.
For further information, please contact, Shezara on 0208 312 8551 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org