Glynn Vivian Young people’s group – Black Kettle Collective will curate the Alternative marquee at Olion Youth Festival on Saturday 25 July, 11am – 5pm at Paradise Park, Townhill. Olion Festival celebrates young people and the arts, and is managed by young people for young people.
Utilising their experiences of working with the Gallery, and drawn from their own interests and passions, Black Kettle have programmed activities that will inspire and engage young people across the city.
In the lead up to the festival, Swansea Metropolitan Performing Arts and Theatre Studies Graduate, Alun Merrill has led a series of tie dye workshops for all ages.
On Saturday 25 July at the Alternative Marque Black Kettle will lead DIY Zine-making and Flag of Flag workshops to capture the mood and essence of Youth and the Olion Festival.
We’ll be raving to Experimental music and there will be opportunities to try VJing throughout the day.
Black Kettle Collective develop youth-led events and projects in response to Swansea and their own needs in partnership with the Glynn Vivian Art Gallery and its regional, national and international partners.
Open to anyone aged between 14 and 24 years old, Black Kettle Collective is constantly changing and evolving through the range of interests of the members of the group. For more information or to join Black Kettle Collective visit our website.
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