Worcestershire Arts Partnership are hosting a masterclass in youth governance and youth involvement at The Hive Worcester on 10 February, 2 – 4.30pm. 

The masterclass is the second in the series of four classes organised by Severn Arts and Worcestershire Arts Partnership for Worcestershire based artists and others working in the arts sector.  

The session will be led by Tina Ramdeen, Head of Youth Policy and Engagement at the Roundhouse, and a member of the Roundhouse Youth Advisory Board. Tina will be inspiring attendees with her knowledge and experience of how her team has incorporated young people into their organisation with tips on how to involve young people in the work that you do. 

Elaine Knight, Arts Director, Severn Arts said: 

"I think this is going to be one of our most popular masterclasses as many small organisations I meet enjoy working with young people but aren’t always sure about how to incorporate young people’s voice into their planning, delivery and evaluation. We had a really good turnout to our first masterclass so I would encourage anyone interested in hearing Tina’s tips, tricks and experiences to book as soon as possible as places are limited." 

The remaining two masterclasses in this series are: 

Low Fi and Low Cost Live Streaming and Sharing on Friday 3 April from 2 - 4.30pm. This session will cover tips on how to get started with live streaming and sharing your practice online.   
Playing with Words on Tuesday 12 May from 10am – 12.30pm. This session, led by popular storyteller and musician Sal Tonge, will explore the role of pattern, prosody and story in any arts practice. Children are welcome to come along too!  

Each masterclass is £10 to attend.