Stop Play Record

8 May 2015

A new online application portal for creative young people and film-makers aged 16-24 living in London.

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Stop Play Record

A new online application portal for creative young people and film-makers aged 16-24 living in London. It’s open to anyone interested in making experimental short films and being introduced to a range of professionals from different creative sectors who work with the moving image. Apply now

Skills Match London (beta site)

An interactive tool which allows the visual exploration of the relationship between skills supply and employer demand in London up to 2020. It brings together skills data and labour market data enabling policy-makers, practitioners and employers to take an intelligence-led, geographically-specific approach to addressing youth unemployment in London. Explore now

The value of arts and culture to people and society – an evidence review

A review that gathers information that shows where the impact of our work is felt, whilst also identifying any gaps to help shape future research commissions. Read more

Early interventions to stop young people going off the rails could save £1.7bn a year

Staging early interventions to stop young people going off the rails and getting into serious difficulties could save £1.7bn a year, a coalition of more than 50 leading charities say. Read more

Private view at the Tate for young people

Tate Collective London is inviting young people to a private view of the Nick Waplington/Alexander McQueen: Working Process exhibition. As you explore the exhibition, you can get an insight into the practice of three young makers who will be working live in temporary studio spaces on the night: fashion designer Sadie Clayton, music producer Tom Misch and illustrator Jess Wilson. To book your place, see the PDF below.

Download INVITE After Hours-Waplington McQueen

COLLECT 2015

Between Friday 8 and Monday 11 May, the Crafts Council are hosting COLLECT: The International Art Fair For Contemporary Objects. There’s also a programme of public events, including Craft Careers Advice at 12.30pm, and Professional Development for Early Career Makers at 2.30pm.

(Image credit: Stop, Play Record website)