Creative Interface: Bridging the Digital Divide
13 August, 6.30 - 8.30pm

Exploring the role of galleries and museums as a creative interface between young people and the digital sector. We are exploring new ways to equip our diverse group of young people with the creative skills needed to become part of the digital and hi-tech industries. You are invited to join us for a presentation of our progress to date and learn of our future plans to engage with the tech, gaming, film and visual effects industries across the UK.

Creative Interface

Kettle's Yard (part of the University of Cambridge Museums) and Wysing Arts Centre are working in partnership on Circuit, a national programme providing opportunities for 15–25 year olds to access arts and cultural activities in galleries and museums. Working in partnership with various youth and cultural sectors, Circuit is enabling young people to take a leading role in their cultural development and creating long-term relationships with young people who have not previously engaged with the arts.

The event will include:

• Introductions from Donna Lynas, Director – Wysing Arts Centre and Dr Jennifer Powell, Senior Curator – Kettle’s Yard
• Presentation from Hannah Kemp-Welsh, Digital Producer: Circuit Programme - Tate
• An overview of Circuit Cambridge and an introduction to digital content opportunities for Circuit Unlocks Cambridge – a young people's city-based festival

To book your place at this event please email circuit@wysingartscentre.org or call 01954 718 881

Circuit is a national programme connecting 15-25 year olds to the arts in galleries and museums. Led by Tate and funded by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation.