Fourth podcast, fifth month, that’s just how we roll on Arts Award Voice.
This month we are hosted live from the Youth Network Leaders residential in Norden Farm, Maidenhead.
We interview some of the young people who attend the center, and are currently doing their Bronze Arts Award.
Those who were missing her last time will be pleased to know that Flossie was tracked down, and will once again be reading you your monthly news headlines!
YNL’s Meredith and Bhavesh join us to talk about their experience as part of the team, and Diana tells us a little bit more about what a Good Practice Centre is.
Podcast notes are below, but if you’d like to dive straight into the action then click here to skip the notes and find out how to get the audio.
Show Release Notes
Below are all the different sections of the podcast broken down into the different topics discussed, with relevant links to articles included!
Interview with Young People
We talk to Sak, Sammy, Scott and Morgan about what happens Norden Farm, Maidenhead
We speak to Meredith, a 2nd generation YNL how she feels about being a YNL, and then talk about the single biggest challenge young people face when entering the arts world.
We then talk to Bhevesh, an original YNL and Associate Editor for Voice, about his defining moments as a Youth Network Leader, and his opinions the difficulties of entering the film industry.
Finally we talk to Diana about what a Good Practice Centre is. This is most fitting as the podcast is being hosted at Norden Farm, a current GPC. She also tells us that applications for new GPC are open!
Unfortunately Flossie wasn’t around to talk about the postings on Voice, so I simply highlighted some of my favourite.
Don’t forget that next month the theme is Art and War! War, although a tragic and often avoidable event, can generate or inspire some incredible art work. Check back on Voice to see our exploration into this sombre topic, and as always, we would love your contributions!
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