Blaine and Dan performing at the Canterbury Youth Music Project Showcase 2016.
LINK aims to build connections between local communities and the wide variety of creative opportunities found in East Kent.
For 2016, Canterbury Festival worked with Canterbury College and their NEETs programme, and delived Arts Award to a cohort of 30 young people as part of a three-week summer intensive project over July and August.
This project was run in conjunction with Canterbury College staff and a variety of professional visiting artists including Congo Natty, Merlin Rhys Jones and a number of musicians from Ultimate Artists and resulted in a unique showcase concert on Thursday 4 August.
Read more about LINK 2016 by clicking here.
Read more about LINK 2015 with Kent Refugee Action Network by clicking here.
For more information on the project, including how to get involved as a participant, please contact Niamh for more information via Niamh@canterburyfestival.co.uk or 01227 452853.