Members of Brighton Dome's Miss Represented project participate in event highlighting the value of creative arts participation
15 Dec 2016
Young women from Brighton Dome's Miss Represented project will be performing and delivering a workshop/Q&A at the Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts (ACCA) on Friday 16 December as part of an evening showcasing the value of participation in the creative arts for young people.
The event will celebrate work by various creative arts organisations working with researchers from the interdisciplinary Centre for Research in Creative and Performing Arts and the Centre for Innovation and Research in Childhood and Youth at the University of Sussex, and is being coordinated in collaboration with Our Future City, a major initiative in Brighton and Hove designed to transform our city over 10 years with particular attention to the interface between creativity, culture, and well-being.
Full details of this free event can be found here.
Brighton Dome & Brighton Festival’s flagship outreach project Miss Represented works with vulnerable young women aged 13-21 who face challenging and chaotic life situations. Find out more about Miss Represented here.