Youth Arts Toolkit – Policy Outcomes Development

April 16, 2014

Different Voices

In this series of blogs from Bluebell Youth Project, we hear the perspectives of both Artist and Youth Worker as they discuss both the low and […]
April 9, 2014

Comic Book Blog – Maeve Clancy

Comic Strip Blogs Over the next couple of weeks we’ll be asking a number of artists to discuss and describe their work using the fun and […]
March 19, 2014

Art, Social Justice and Political Activism

In this his final blog in the series, John discusses the power that creating art with young people can have; art which can make us think […]
March 6, 2014

Little Publics

Sometimes even the most straight forward arts process with young people can end up saying some pretty remarkable things. In this, his third blog John Johnston […]
October 29, 2013

From youth arts participant to facilitator

In this, her first blog, artist and musician Jen Hesnan reflects on the personalities and influences that inspired and gently encouraged her to become a community […]
September 16, 2013

‘Why do I work with children and young people?’

So I kicked off my time as NYCI Arts Programme’s first ‘Blogger In Residence’ last week with a short piece on the quality of young people’s […]
September 12, 2013

Beverley Ashton on her experience as a student on NYCI’s Certificate in Youth Arts

As part of her blog series, our first resident blogger NYCI’s Senior Project Officer, Youth Arts, Anne O’ Gorman continues  to throw a spotlight on various aspects […]
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