Making art can be fun. It’s even better if you’re creating with other people.
The idea of working together is kind of zeigiest right now, meaning it’s typical of the way in which many creatives choose make work at the moment.
A collective is a group of artists working together to curate shows and show work. It is often formed from common interest but can also be purely a professional relationship in order to show work.
Being part of a collective is a good way of getting yourself noticed, after all there’s strength in numbers and you can also learn new skills by working with others.
Get involved: Youth Collectives in London
Look out for: Light Eye Mind
Look out for: Network 11
Look out for: FAM
See below for youth collectives you can join:
Camden Arts Centre – Youth Collective
Tate – Tate Collective, London, Liverpool, St Ives, Circuit
Whitechapel Gallery – Youth Forum: Duchamp & Sons
South London Gallery – The Art Assassins
Interested in Art? Check out some of the different courses you can study within the subject area of fine art:
Fine Art Programme