Celebrating Scotland’s Young Artists
Featuring live music, theatre, dance, film, literature, poetry, visual art, workshops, talks and performances, UNCON 2.0 will include activity with and for children and young people aged 0-25.
This is the second national children and young people’s arts event, hosted by the National Youth Arts Advisory Group and supported by Creative Scotland and Young Scot.
Drop-in creative workshops and arts activities for children aged 0-12.
1pm - 7.30pm
Dance | Film | Literature | Live Music | Performances | Poetry | Talks | Visual Art | Workshops
Your Day Pass covers activity taking place 1pm -7.30pm
You don’t need to book for morning sessions of drop-in creative workshops and arts activities – these will be available on a first come first served basis.
The following artists and projects will be part of Uncon 2.0:
Create from North Edinburgh Arts • Cortnë • DLÙ • Fèis Rois • Indepen-dance • In the Works, Spoken word theatre company • Junction 25 • Lamaya Ogunlesi • Lois Wapler • Love Music • Marzi • Mamoru Iriguchi • National Youth Arts Advisory Group • Net Effect at Tramway • Plan B • Perth Theatre youth groups • Rosie Sullivan • Rumpus Room • Ruaraidh Williams • Overdrive Dance Company • Scottish Book Trust • Scottish Dance Theatre • Screen Education • Sound Play Dome • St Albert's Primary • Starcatchers • Tinderbox Collective • Tolquhon • Who Cares Scotland? • Women of the World Perth Festival Wowsers
The full programme will be announced in August 2018
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UNCON 2.0 is hosted by the National Youth Arts Advisory group (NYAAG), as part of Year of Young People. Supported by Creative Scotland and Young Scot with thanks to Perth Theatre.