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Cashback to the Future 2018

Cashback to the Future, our creative summer celebration of young people's talents and imagination, is running throughout July 2018! There are still spaces on this free programme, running in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Irvine, Kilmarnock and Paisley - read on to find out more...


 

Cashback to the Future offers a completely free four-week summer programme, giving young people the chance to work with professional artists, musicians, filmmakers and actors on youth-led creative projects, culminating in a one-off showcase event at the end of the month.

Whatever your level of experience, Cashback to the Future is for you - whether you consider yourself creative or not, this is a fantastic opportunity to make the most of your summer by working with enthusiastic, friendly and skilled tutors who will help you reach artistic heights!

Find out more about what's going on in the CashBack to the Future blog. We are looking for referrals and sign-ups in Edinburgh, Glasgow, North Ayrshire, East Ayrshire and Renfrewshire.

The workshops are entirely free and will take place Tuesdays - Fridays from July 2nd until July 27th 2018.

The venues are:

The programme is funded by phase four of the Scottish Government's Cashback for Communities initiative, which backs projects helping disadvantaged young people. Additional funding comes from the National Museum of Scotland and the Heritage Lottery Fund's Young Roots Programme.

To be eligible for the Cashback to the Future programme, the young person must be aged 12-19 and either:

Want a bit more information about all you can do as part of the Cashback to the Future programme this summer? Download our new Brochure for 2018!

 

 

If you have any questions, please contact Rosanna Hall, Cashback to the Future Recruitment Co-ordinator at rhall@impactarts.co.uk or call Rosanna on 07795233408.

 

Cashback to the Future is funded by the Scottish Government's CashBack for Communities initiative, which backs projects supporting disadvantaged young people.

Additional funding and support comes from National Museums Scotland and the Heritage Lottery Fund's Kick the Dust and Young Roots funds.

 


 

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