Launched in 2016, the National Gallery's Young Producers programme aims to build the relevance of our collection and spaces for young audiences
"We are the National Gallery Young Producers, a dedicated group of young people aged 18–25. Together we represent a diverse range of backgrounds, interests, and experiences. We want to open up the Gallery to young people like us by exploring new ways of seeing the collection. Over the course of a year we will be collaborating with staff and learning new skills from artists and experts. Using our own experience we will help to connect young people, giving them more confidence to talk about art through film, events, and conversation.
As Young Producers we contribute to a variety of projects supported by the education team. We are currently directing and editing films about Gallery activities, designing new printed resources and organising workshops and events for our peers."
Young Producers is a 12-month training programme. Recruitment will reopen in September 2018.