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Returns to Queen Mary's School, Topcliffe, YO7 3BZ in October 2018

Art for Youth North will return to Yorkshire for the tenth time in 2018

Our Principal Sponsor:

JM Finn


A beautiful exhibition of paintings, etchings, photographs, ceramics and sculpture - with a special focus on artists living and working in the North. 

Art for Youth North enables both established and new artists to show their work and raises funds for the leading youth work charity, UK Youth.  The exhibition has already raised nearly £230,000 for young people.

Prices range from £40 - £3000 and prints and unframed portfolio work are also available. Artists donate 33% of sales to the charity.

Mystery Pictures are on-sale. These are postcard-sized artworks priced at £40 each. The buyer will only know who the artist is after purchase.

For the first time in 2016 we will have an area dedicated to young emerging artists.  In 2016 we raised nearly £30,000 for UK Youth.  

 

 

UK Youth North

UK Youth is a leading national charity, founded in 1911, that delivers non-formal education opportunities for young people aged 9-25 across the length and breadth of the country. Their mission is to work hand in hand with young people – and the dedicated organisations supporting them – to develop the skills, belief, courage and leadership to build a bright future.

 Through their network of youth organisations across the country, they reach and impact on more than 830,500 young people every year. Of these 55,000 participate in UK Youth apprenticeships, accreditations, their life changing programmes and outdoor education at Avon Tyrrell in the New Forest.  

UK Youth simply couldn’t continue its vital work without the funds raised at Art for Youth North.

 To find out more about UK Youth’s work visit ukyouth.org or read their latest annual review.

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