New development opportunity for age 18 - 26, Babylon ARTS

  • East
  • combined arts, film, interdisciplinary arts, photography, visual arts
  • Amy Wormald


Are you age 18 – 26 and looking for a new opportunity?

Do you have fresh, creative ideas and like sharing your interests with other people?  

Are you interested in the arts and the idea of a career in the creative industries?

If your answer is 'yes', the new Babylon Young Curators Programme could be for you.  Babylon Arts in Ely is looking for two people to take part in this new programme from September 2020 to May 2021. You will have opportunity to learn new skills, work with artists, and develop your ideas with the support of experienced professionals.  

The time commitment is approximately 1 day a week, and you will receive a bursary (or award) of £1,650 for taking part in the programme.  There is an additonal budget to support access and travel related costs if needed.

To apply for Babylon Young Curators you don’t need any special qualifications, but you do need to be enthusiastic, able to put the time into developing your knowledge and skills, and have a passion for sharing your interests with other people. 

If you think this could be you, please find out more by visiting the website at

The deadline for applications is Monday 10 August.  If you have access needs and require help please get in touch and we will be able to support you through the application process.  

(The programme is supported using public funding by Arts Council England, and is delivered in partnership with Kettle’s Yard, Wysing Arts and G’s Fresh.  Babylon Arts is Disability Confident committed.)