JOIN JUPITER+ ORBIT
We are seeking young people from Ayrshire to join JUPITER+ ORBIT.
JUPITER+ ORBIT is a group of creative young people, ages 16 to 18, from across Ayrshire who want to use their creativity to make a difference. JUPITER+ ORBIT enables young people to find their voice and be at the helm of decision-making. Running for a full academic year, August 2023 to July 2024, the programme includes visits to incredible artworks, creative workshops and one-to-one mentoring sessions. You will be introduced to careers in arts, design, and creative industries, have a guide to talk to and learn the skills to communicate your ambition to peers, parents, and friends. Could you be Scotland’s next cultural leader?
Then apply now to become a member of JUPITER+ ORBIT.
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF JOINING JUPITER+ORBIT?
– The opportunity to meet and collaborate with exciting people, broaden your insights into contemporary art, and build confidence in your creative expression
– Free trips to incredible artworks, amazing workshops, an out-of-this-world overnight stay in Edinburgh, and a visit to Jupiter Artland
– The opportunity to be mentored by experienced creative industry professionals (such as artists, curators, and many more)
– The chance to make an impactful difference in your community through creative ideas
– The chance to develop teamwork and decision-making skills; to be empowered to choose your own path
– Great stuff for CVs and UCAS forms
Apply online now here:
Deadline 15 June 2023
My weekend with ORBIT was amazing. I want to thank Jupiter Artland for the generosity that they’ve shown to me and the other members and for bringing me together with a group of new friends…it was such a magical experience and I wouldn’t trade it for the world! – PJ
It brings out a passion in you. It makes you happy, you can come here and talk about art…it widens your mind – Lyela
My favourite part of the trip was hearing about everyone else’s background in art…my family are not as interested in art as me so being able to go with other people who also enjoy art was fun, and I felt like we all shared an appreciation for the works. – Charlotte