Download our free Artployment toolkit in English or Spanish.
Aimed at youth workers, this publication provides a series of tried-and-tested activities that can be run with young people hoping to explore their creative potential. Accessible, clear and flexible, the activities cover subjects including:
- Return on Investment
I now feel confident helping young or new artists look at their business plan and start thinking about their business as a whole, e.g. how to diversify, network, market and plan.Jemma Burton
Project Co-ordinator, Junction Arts
You can read the toolkit online using the embedded PDF below.
The toolkit can be downloaded in UK English or Latin American Spanish.
About the Project
Co-financed by the European Union through the Erasmus+ programme, Artployment offers a range of tools and activities to help those supporting young people who are interested in a creative career. The project addresses the problem of underemployment for young artists and creatives.
The toolkit is a collaboration between four organisations:
- City Arts (Nottingham) in the UK
- InterStep in Denmark
- Misión Rural in Colombia
- Asociación Jóvenes para Honduras
These organisations worked together to create a document that can be used to support any young person with creative ambitions. By identifying similarities between cultures, and sharing expertise, the result is a comprehensive set of workshop lesson plans that are inclusive, relevant across a range of settings, and which don’t succumb to eurocentrism.