NYCI Youth Arts Programme is delighted to announce a networking seminar for youth workers, volunteers and youth arts practitioners in the Dublin region the morning of Tuesday, 4th July 2017. We are really excited to announce that our partner for the seminar is the Education Dept of the National Gallery of Ireland who will also host the seminar. Participants will be among the first visitors to tour the newly reopened gallery and hear about the programmes and offers the Education Dept has that could be of interest to your groups, there will be a practical funding support session from NYCI Youth Arts Programme as well as the opportunity to network with your peers over a light lunch in one of Dublin's most beautiful spaces! This seminar is free but expected to fill up quickly so register your interest now with email@example.com
Networking Seminar for Youth workers/volunteers and youth arts practitioners in the NorthWest Region: Save the date!
NYCI Youth Arts Programme is delighted to announce a networking seminar for youth workers, volunteers and youth arts practitioners in the NorthWest on Friday, 9th June 2017 in partnership with Mayo Sligo Leitrim ETB. The seminar will include a practical input from NYCI Youth Arts Programme, a workshop with Maeve Clancy visual artist on using visual arts with groups of young people, as well as the opportunity to network. More details to follow.
NYCI Youth Arts Summer School Programme for 2017 Announced! Early Bird Booking Closing Soon!
NYCI Summer School 2017– Conquer Your Fear: Creative Digital Technology and Youth Work!
We are delighted to be teaming up with Techspace and Young Irish Filmmakers to bring you the NYCI Youth Arts Programme Summer School 2017 Conquer Your Fear: Creative Digital Technology and Youth Work!
This year we're bringing together youth workers, volunteers and youth arts practitioners in the beautiful surrounds of Kippure, County Wicklow, to look at new skills for delivering creative activities using new technologies – and the confidence to use them. No previous experience necessary!
If you think you need to know more about all things digital, and would like to bring technology-enhanced activities spanning electronics, robotics and digital filmmaking into your youth work then book your place now!
There are early bird rates available, and those booking the 'Making' and Digital Technology workshops get a 'maker-kit' to bring back to their organisations worth €250. Find out more here.
When: Tuesday, 30th May 2017-Thursday 1st June 2017
Where: Kippure Adventure Centre, Wicklow
Book now or find out more!
We look forward to seeing you at the end of May for what promises to be one of our most exciting summer schools to date!
Youth Arts Advocacy Project Launched
Our 3 groups in this year’s youth arts advocacy and leadership group met on a rainy weekend in Wicklow in March and undertook training with a number of NYCI staff, Jillian Van Turnout (previous Taoiseach’s nominee to Seanad, Director of Children’s Rights Alliance and Chief Commissioner of the Irish Girl Guides) and Simon Devilly (previous producer of the Pat Kenny Show and media consultant). The groups are now finalising the projects to raise the profile of young people participating in the arts in their local areas. We are all looking forward to seeing the results!
NYCI Youth Arts Online Resources
Earlier in the year we convened a Youth Arts Online Resources Editorial Advisory Panel which has been helping us to identify ways of making our online resources more available to youth workers, volunteers and youth arts practitioners and to help us make sure we continue to generate content that is useful, practical and relevant. We have started implementing their feedback on youtharts.ie with a view to making a toolkit of resources (inspiration, workshops and case studies) more easily available to you so stay tuned!