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UK Young Artists showcase the best of the UK's young and innovative creative talent at regular national and international events.
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News - Call out for artists - launching soon
16th April 2014
The call-out for artists to participate in this year's Leicester Festival will launch on Monday 26 May. The call will remain open until Monday 30 June.
News - UK Talent
3rd Sept 2012
WEYA will launch in Nottingham on 7 September 2012, 1,000 artists from 100 nations have been selected to take part in this unprecedented showcase of creative talent.
News - World Event Young Artists 2012
18th July 2013
In September 2012 68 UK artists joined together with artists from across the globe to participate in the first ever World Event Young Artists.
News - UKYA comes to Leicester
11th February 2014
Save the dates! UK Young Artists will be showcasing work across Leicester venues during November.
Event - WEYA - September 2012
8th August 2012
World Event Young Artists is the very first event of its kind to take place. It is an exciting occasion bringing together and celebrating the talent and artistic excellence.
Artist - Luke Wright
Luke Wright is a poet and broadcaster living in Suffolk. He tours his poetry shows all over the world.
Artist - Olga Mesmer
[f]light is a four and a half minute experimental film that explores the world from the point of view of a moth. The work is constructed from a continuous sequence of photographs
Artist - Louise Jordan
Louise Jordan was awarded a first class honours degree in Multimedia Textiles at Loughborough University in 2008. Since then she has continued working on photographic pieces.
Artist - Alex Patterson
Alex Patterson is a Northern Irish born composer and conductor currently based in Nottingham.
Artist - Alison Grace and Frances Andrews
Alison Grace and Frances Andrews live in Leeds and in Belgium. They started their collaboration during their studies in Choreography at Dartington College of Arts 2009
Artist - Gemma Coyle
The Foresight Future Flooding report asks; How will climate change affect us in 30 to 100 years time? How much will flooding increase? And how should we prepare?’ Now you can
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