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Over October half term a group of young people from across Leeds attended a CapeUK consultation workshop at Studio12. The workshop aimed to find out what young people think is important when it comes to providing a high quality arts experience . Their opinions will contribute to Find Your Talent’s on-going quality assurance work.

During the workshop participants created a larger than life  3D collage of the ‘ideal’ artist and the results were captured on stop frame animation. The group created four videos in total – this one describes the kind of knowledge that an artist should have, whilst the others show what young people expect from a practitioner in terms of experience, values and attitudes.

You can view the rest of the animations at: http://www.youtube.com/rawtalentinthemaking

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CapeUK were recently appointed to deliver the first phase of FYT’s Quality Assurance brief. Over the next few months CapeUK will be consulting with a wide range of stakeholders from Leeds’ cultural and education sectors to produce the following outcomes:

  • A QA badging system that reflects best practise frameworks currently in use by arts organisations and schools.
  • A Code Of Conduct written in consultation with creative practitioners working with children and young people.
  • An assessment of regional QA training provision and recommendations for QA training themes to be delivered during Phase2

Consultation will take place online; at events; and through phone interviews. If you are interested in participating in this research please contact abby.dix-mason@leeds.gov.uk for more information.

What was FYT?

Find Your Talent was a national programme to explore new ways of opening up cultural and creative opportunities to young people. Leeds was one of the ten FYT Pathfinders in England.

The programme was led by Leeds City Council and Education Leeds, working closely together and with the city's cultural and community sectors to find ways for more young people to participate in the cultural life of the city.

FYT was funded to operate between 2008-2011 but its legacy in Leeds continues through activities under the Breeze banner, as well as other initiatives.