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Celebrating children and young people’s creativity in Worcestershire.

Young Voices New Visions is an annual exhibition showcasing the artistic talent of young people from across Worcestershire. The artwork presented has been created by local schools, individuals and community groups responding to our 2021 theme ‘Gratitude’. The exhibition has been curated by Richard Webb, Bobbie Whittaker and Steve Thomas. 

Young Voices New Visions is organised by Severn Arts, this year working in partnership with Meadow Arts and with the support of The Arts Society Worcester.

Thankyou to all of our participating schools:

Blackwell First School, Chadsgrove School, Christopher Whitehead Language College, Dines Green Community Academy, Dodford First School, Finstall First School, Fort Royal Community Primary School, Haybridge High School and Sixth Form, Holyoakes Field First School and Nursery, Honeybourne Primary Academy, Malvern St James, Meadows First School, North Worcester Primary Academy, Norton Juxta Kempsey C of E  Primary School, Nunnery Wood High School, Pendock CE Primary School, Pershore High School, St George's C of E Primary School Worcester, St Joseph's Catholic Primary School Worcester, St Kenelm's CE Primary School, St Peter's Catholic First School (Academy), St Barnabas C of E Primary School, St Barnabas CE First & Middle School, St John's C of E Middle School Academy, Stoke Prior First School, Suckley School, Tenbury High Ormiston Academy, The Chantry School, The King's School Worcester, Tudor Grange Academy Worcester, Tudor Grange Primary Academy Perdiswell, Vale of Evesham School.

Exhibition opening dates and times

Sunday 20 June 
1pm – 3pm

For other exhibition opening days and times please see Worcester Cathedral website.

Comments from our exhibition visitors in 2019

‘An excellent presentation of creativity. Well done staff and students. 

‘Really amazing and inspirational work here. Fabulous collaboration between the Cathedral and Severn Arts.

'Great to see such a broad range of talent and nice to see the work you’ve accomplished on display.’