Who Gets To Tell The Stories Of History?
History is a collection of stories. We want to change who tells these stories. Do you want to tell these stories?
Create artistic spaces for neglected stories
Decide what to value and ‘care for’ in museum collections
Learn how to commission and manage artists
Develop creative thinking about heritage and new ways to engage audiences
Develop project management skills
Learn how to market an event
Learn to recruit volunteers
Gain a Silver Arts Award Qualification
Why wait to get to CEO level before you can make a change? Young people should be part of decision making.
Design youth focused culture for partner organisations
Influence the stories museums tell and what gets exhibited
Design and implement a governance structure that places young people in decision making roles within cultural settings
Develop strategic and analytical thinking
Gain boardroom skills
Work with the management teams of Birmingham Museums Trust or Chance Glassworks Heritage Trust
Gain a qualification
Lunar Campfires Residents
We believe in order to move towards collaboration and inclusivity in cultural organisations, we need to open conversations.
Want to shape these open conversations?
Our Lunar Campfires series will engage the whole community.
We’re looking for young people to help plan, organise and shape this series of events that fuel conversation around issues on race and representation in the heritage sector and the impact this has on our world today.
Contact Sharan, Assistant Producer, to find out how to get involved: email@example.com