REcreative web capture
*REcreative web capture
Charlie Dark leads a talk for REcreative; Photo Sarah Coffils
*Charlie Dark leads a talk for REcreative; Photo Sarah Coffils
Filming interviews for REcreative; Photo Richard Eaton
*Filming interviews for REcreative; Photo Richard Eaton
REcreative launched in 2011 as an online community devised by young people to inspire their peers to get involved in contemporary art. A year in the making, REcreative became a project led by young people that aims to connect the free opportunities that exist for young people in London and across the country.
REcreative provides behind-the-scenes access to the contemporary art world through exclusive filmed interviews with artists, designers, students and critics as well as offering regular mentoring and work experience opportunities to support young people into an arts career. Users can create their own profile and post their work to an online blog to share and discuss with their peers whilst gaining feedback and advice from monthly critic’s picks.
With over 2000 members the REcreative community offers a growing network for students, artists and teachers interested in contemporary art.
To find out more about REcreative, watch this animation created by Graphic Design students from Camberwell College.
Supported by Esmée Fairbairn Foundation and the SLG Council.