Teenagers of Sheffield! Get involved!
Do you live in Sheffield? Are you aged 14-19 years old? Are you creative, interested in art, architecture, or film?
2016 - 2020
On The Road
On The Road is our pioneering programme of activity for young people in Sheffield. Travelling around the city in a bespoke mini-van, young people we meet along the way will become ambassadors, curators and participants in a series of new artists’ commissions and events.
Supported by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation, On
Site Gallery Society of Explorers
Learn new creative skills, find out about contemporary art, put on events and enjoy the chance to work with artists.
16 June - 18 July 2015
Young People Archive: Cutting Shapes
Young people from across the city are collaborating with artist Harold Offeh to create a multi-media installation exploring dance, fashion, photography and design.
7 and 14 June 2014
Young People Archive: Singing in the Gallery
For Sheffield Children’s Festival we are offering free taster sessions for 11 – 18 year olds. Learn how to sing and write music on 7 and 14 June.
Thursday 19 June 2014, 4pm – 6pm
Mini art rave for under 14s, June 2014
Celebrate Children’s Art Week and come along to a very special mini art rave, in conjunction with our exhibition E-Vapor-8, on Thursday 19 June, 4pm.
Introduction to Stop-Motion Animation.
Learn about a range of animation techniques inspired by Juneau Projects exhibition The Colour Bright
Saturday 30 June 2012
With Juneau Projects
In this workshop Juneau Projects will explore the techniques used to create the film The Colour Bright and enable children to create their own animated drawings.
The workshop is for children of all ages and is free to drop in and stay for as long as you wish.
All children must be
25 June - 28 July 2012
The Colour Bright was commissioned in collaboration with Sheffield Children’s Festival and Art Sheffield, Site Gallery is delighted to present The Colour Bright, new work by Juneau Projects (Birmingham, UK)
Click here to see a short clip of the work produced.
The Colour Bright imagines a post-apocalyptic world in which society and culture have had to