City Arts’ creative apprentice in the papers

Date published: 4 Jun 2013

Posted by: Joe Pick

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City Arts’ Creative Apprentice, Oliver Warrington, has been featured in the Nottingham Evening Post.  In an article about his apprenticeship Olly talks about what it has been like to work at the organisation.  He says,

“It’s been a great way to meet people and, for me, that’s the greatest thing in the world. I’m working within the Nottingham arts scene so I’ve been creating networks – which is really important in this industry.”

“City Arts has trained me to be an Arts Award advisor, so I’m helping young people with their own arts practice, which is really rewarding. I’m also now the Arts Award youth network leader for the East Midlands, which means I get to go to London to help influence the future of the award in the country.”

Everyone at City Arts has really enjoyed working with Olly over the past year and he has contributed a huge amount to the team since his apprenticeship started.

Read the full article on the Evening post website