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Our community of writers, designers, performers, academics and activists are working together towards a more just future. Join us to support a new generation of young people and create a culture that represents us all.

Help the next generation

Find out more about becoming an Arts Emergency mentor - one of the most rewarding ways to give back!

“I'm proud to be a mentor and would encourage anyone who can to consider it. Of course, it is about helping your mentee but I would also emphasise that it is not a one-way street. In my experience, it is inspiring and restorative to bear witness to a young person's passion and drive.”
Mathew Baynton, actor, writer, comedian, 2021

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Smiling mentors and mentees sit across a table from each other.

Young creatives need you

Joining our support network is a free, easy way for you to help aspiring artists and activists. We’ll send you a monthly newsletter packed full of ways you can support local young creatives, like offering advice and sharing tickets.

Young creatives need you

Share an Opportunity

Opportunities enable young people to gain experience of the industries they love. Share your job adverts, event tickets, resources and more with our Young Talent today!

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Wish List

Our Young Talent are looking for advice and opportunities. Check the list to see if you can help.

Ruby Tickets

Everyone should be able to access art and culture without financial barriers getting in the way.


of mentees aged 16-18, said that they had learned new things that helped them feel better prepared for the future since joining Arts Emergency


Arts Emergency partners with schools and colleges in London, Manchester and Merseyside to support mentoring opportunities for students aged 16-18.