Perth Festival’s Creative Learning program creates opportunities for students to work with the best artists and creators from around the world, building skills through meaningful collaborations. We celebrate students as culture producers, as well as consumers, acknowledging and celebrating their creativity alongside the world’s best at Perth Festival. From Curated by Kids at Perth Writers Week to Who Run the World, a development program for young, female-identifying musicians, we place young people at the heart of the Festival.
Good Film Club invites young film lovers between the ages of 16 – 26 to be ambassadors of the 2020 Lotterywest Festival Films. Members will experience the full film program, by attending all films on opening night as a group, free of cost, and meet casually over four sessions with our Program Associate: Film, Tom Vincent to discuss the program, marketing & general experience.
Expressions of Interest are now being accepted. Get involved HERE.
Imagine hearing music you wrote broadcast at venues during Perth Festival! We are heralding the start of Festival performances with fanfares written by students aged 15 – 25. Find out more
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Ten young curators aged 10 – 12 create a program of literary sessions featuring their favourite authors and illustrators. A brilliant program for curious young book lovers. Find out more HERE.
An opportunity for young artists aged 15 – 18 from any art form to dive into the heart of the festival. See performances, connect with artists and peek behind the curtains of Perth Festival 2020. Find out more HERE.
Young female-identifying musicians, producers and DJs aged 15 – 20 are invited to join local musicians, performers and producers for a series of masterclasses, discussions and performances. Find out more HERE.
A new workshop for artists aged 15 – 18 wishing to learn about exhibition development, design and presentation. Find out more HERE.