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Creative Voice Courses

This September we're offering free online courses for anyone aged 16-25 so if you're interested in storytelling, filmmaking, radio production or print and zine-making then this is for you...

We have three very different courses to choose from but you can only register for one of them and spaces are limited to 10 people per course. 

This course has 4 sessions taking place on: 9 September, 16 September, 23 September and 30 September so you’ll need to attend each one. Please add one ticket to your basket to book your place on the entire course.

About the courses

Radio: storytelling through sound 

REGISTER FOR RADIO

Screen: storytelling through film

Learn approaches to film, increase your creative confidence, and tell stories in your own way. The course is limited to 10 people and you'll need to register for it here but it's completely free.

REGISTER FOR SCREEN

Self-publishing: storytelling through print and zine-making

Learn approaches to print and zine making, increase your creative confidence, and tell stories in your own way. The course is limited to 10 people and you'll need to register for it here but it's completely free.

REGISTER FOR SELF-PUBLISHING

These courses are all about developing your creative skills in a relaxed, collaborative and creative environment.

The courses will be delivered by artists, designers and filmmakers and you’ll be supported by mentors throughout.

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There's plenty of collaboration and feedback along the way and the chance to develop your ideas in a pressure free environment.

You’ll learn DIY approaches to filmmaking, radio or print publishing and build your own creative confidence, telling your stories in your own way while exploring the things you love.

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When is it?

9 - 30 September every Wednesday from 4.30pm – 6.30pm via Zoom. There are also optional additional drop-in sessions on Thursdays. All these courses are completely free to attend.

How to get involved

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To book your place, click on the sign-up buttons (above). You will have to choose which one you want to learn about from either Radio, Screen or Self-Publishing.

This course has 4 sessions taking place on: 9 September, 16 September, 23 September and 30 September so you’ll need to attend each one. Please add one ticket to your basket to book your place on the entire course.

Once you've registered we'll send you more information about each course plus an invite with a link to join our Zoom chats online.

Meet the mentors

Arielle Tye

Arielle is a Business & Partnerships Manager for the social enterprise ProMo-Cymru, building strong partnerships with the communities they serve, to create lasting and positive change. Arielle has previously worked closely with us to develop our youth-led radio station Radio Platfform.

Dayana Del Puerto

Dayana is Multimedia Producer and Director at ProMo-Cymru and has years of experience in TV and media. Dayana has an in-depth knowledge of the industry with a strong skills-set that includes directing live media streams, managing entire projects from initial concepts to final production, and operating specialised filming equipment, sound and studio lighting.

Hefin Jones

Hefin is a designer living in Wales, working across wider national and international localities whose interests are centered around youth action through the arts. His recent projects and collaborations include design projects with young people at the Victoria and Albert Museum, Wellcome Centre for Neuroimaging, National Theatre Wales, and Crafts Council.

Mike Regan

Mike is a talented photographer, lighting designer and videographer whose work has taken him all over the world. A lifelong football fan Mike has worked extensively with the England football squad and works with several governing bodies including FIFA, UEFA and the Premier League alongside commercial clients including Nike and Adidas.

This activity is funded by an Arts Council Wales and National Lottery grant.