The Greengross Creatives Summer Programme

 

Part of The British Museum Youth Collective

Supported by the Greengross Family

learning@britishmuseum.org

Photo: Benedict Johnson

Are you aged 16–21 and looking to develop new skills this summer? Interested in gaining a unique, in-depth experience of the British Museum and its collection? Apply now to the Museum’s new Summer Programme, Greengross Creatives.

This summer, 60 young people will have the chance to work on one of three strands that have been designed in collaboration with our youth collective – curation, film making and fashion.

You’ll be learning from industry professionals, including Museum staff, over the course of seven days, working collaboratively to create either a model exhibition, a short film or an outfit inspired by the Museum’s collection. Talks, tours and team building activities will run on all the strands. On Saturday 31 August, there will be an event to celebrate the work of the Summer Programme – the Greengross Creatives Showcase – where you will be able to share what you’ve created.

The programme is free and all materials are provided. Bursaries are available to cover lunch costs and travel costs within the London fare zones.

We’d particularly like to hear from young people belonging to communities underrepresented in the cultural sector.

Want to find out more? Sign up to our drop-in open day on Saturday 6 July.

Want to take part? Fill out an application form here. All applications must be submitted by 13.00, Thursday 11 July.

Supported by the Greengross Family

Key dates:
Open day: Saturday 6 July, 11.00-16.00
Application deadline:: Thursday 11 July, 13.00

Curation strand:
Wednesday 24 July – Thursday 1 August (weekdays only, 10.00–16.00)

Film-making strand:
Tuesday 6 August – Wednesday 14 August (weekdays only, 10.00–16.00)

Fashion strand:
Monday 19 August – Wednesday 28 August (weekdays only, 10.00–16.00 not including Monday 26 August bank holiday)

Greengross Creatives Showcase: Saturday 31 August

If you have any questions, please get in touch via learning@britishmuseum.org

Ayo Oluyemi, Greengross Family Young People’s Producer