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Shetland Arts’ popular Creativity Camp is back again from 22 – 26 July.
Creativity Camp is a week-long workshop programme for 7 - 11 year olds to encourage creativity and learning across different art forms.

This summer we are looking for bairns to tell us, ‘What’s Your Place?’ – which will be a week long creative exploration of spoken word n’ rhythm, theatre and film.

The workshops will take place in Mareel from 22 – 26 July, 10am – 3.30pm and will be led by local arts practitioners, Stephenie Pagulayan, Keiba Clubb and Raman Mundair. Children will get the chance to create, to play and to explore with an informal sharing of the work created taking place at 3pm on Friday, the final day of the Camp.

“I think it is so important for young people to explore the creative industries in this sort of fun collaborative way! I can’t wait to see what they come up with as it will be predominantly led by them and their ideas around the question “what’s your place?” It is just great these types of opportunities exist for our young people and with it being such an exciting time in Shetland right now it's important we hear their voices!” Keiba Clubb.

This project is partially funded by The Robertson Trust.

Creativity Camp can be booked online here, over the phone on 01595 745500 or in person at Mareel and the Sumburgh airport outlet.

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