SCREEN31

Screen31 is group for young people aged 16-25 interested in developing their film-making skills.

SCREEN31’s weekly sessions take place at Gulbenkian, and are open to 16-25 year olds. Members get the chance to develop filmmaking and editing skills at sessions led by a professional filmmaker. Other opportunities may also be available, for example filming at ART31 events.  All equipment is provided, and you don’t need any previous experience.

SCREEN31 is run in partnership with Spark Productions

These sessions are FREE.

***We are in the midst of reviewing this group in light of the COVID-19 Pandemic and our new placement with the Institute of Cultural and Creative Industries at the University of Kent. We hope to announce soon when sessions will recommence.***

If you would like to be added on the waiting list for this group please email you/your young’s person name, date of birth, and a contact number to creativeengagement@kent.ac.uk

Feel free to email us if you have any other queries!

Funded by ART31 KENT

About | ART31 KentART31KENT is a youth leadership project funded through Gulbenkian’s NPO status, granted by Arts Council England, in addition to funding from Kent County Council.

ART31 takes its name from Article 31 of the UN Convention on the Rights of a Child, which states that ‘Children have the right to relax and play, and to join in a wide range of cultural, artistic and other recreational activities’.  

See below for our other ART31 groups!

"I had such a great time at Screen31 and will definitely check the ART31 site for more opportunities in the future" Lyle, Screen31 member
"I’ve enjoyed every aspect of Screen31. From meeting new people, to learning about equipment, to editing and even talking about films. I also enjoy the idea that each week is different and I’m always surprised to see what we will be doing the following week." Declan, Screen31 member
"I have learned how to set up lights, cameras and sound equipment for an interview (which I think is useful). I have also gained the experience of doing it practically, not just theoretically, thanks to the equipment available to us." Annabel, Screen31 member

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