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The Find Your Talent team had a great day taking part in The Store at the West Park Centre yesterday. It was a fantastic opportunity to meet and connect with a huge range freelance artists, arts organisations and teachers.

There was a great buzz to the day with performances from young people and practitioners throughout the event. The Store is an annual event hosted and programmed by Artforms and has become a key networking date for teachers and Leeds’ cultural sector. As well as making friends with this amazing Griffin (made by artist Naomi Parker),  Find Your Talent signed up over fifty artists and arts organisations to the Culture Network.

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The Store – WestPark Centre – Thursday 30 April 10 – 4.30pm

The Store is a fantastic free networking event run by Artforms at the West Park Centre with a large market place of artists and organisations, plus seminars, taster workshops and performances. The Store is an annual event and this year there will be a particular spotlight on the ‘Find Your Talent’ programme.

The team will be running bite-sized workshops on how to get involved with FYT and help you explore some of the key elements of FYT including Breeze, Spotting and Nurturing Talent and Arts Ambassadors. We will also be helping practitioners and arts organisations sign up to the Culture Network throughout the event.

For more information on how to take part in the day please contact:
Artforms
West Park Centre
Spen Lane
Leeds LS16 5BE
Tel: 0113 230 4074

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.