TRIBES Youth Arts Festival is a free event for Galways youth community that wants to embrace and foster a youth-led ethos.
Aiming to create a space for young people to engage with ambitious new artforms for a nuanced audience experience, while creating specific networks and alliances for other young people and youth groups. TRIBES Youth Arts Festival will be a coming together of youth, cultures and ethnicities highlighting the power of communities working, learning, creating and performing together through process, production and development.
TRIBES Youth Arts Festival is a multidisciplinary festival promoting & developing quality arts/culture events for young people, with broad themes of mind-body connection via movement and expression, issues of identity and mental health, while striving for accessibility and diversity in its programming and delivery.
TRIBES Youth Arts Festival is a free event for Galways youth community that wants to embrace & foster a youth-led ethos. Aiming to create a space for young people to engage with ambitious new artforms for a nuanced audience experience, while creating specific networks & alliances for other young people or youth groups. This year’s programme includes dance and architecture workshops, french film, and a music event hosted by Livefeed. TRIBES aim is to build self-esteem, critical imagination and self-expression among creative youths by providing a free programme of events for the local community. The festival is a platform for creative youth to perform, observe, learn and share.
TRIBES is also building a foundational Youth Arts Panel to develop a YPCE multidisciplinary approach for future festivals. Wanting to focus on a peer-led approach, & to become a festival for young people, centered around young people & devised by young people. Long term outcomes desired are to build a strong rapport amongst the Youth Arts Panel, & the local community, hoping to foster lifelong networks of the next generation of creatives. Being able to document the changing trajectory of what is available on a regular basis to young people in Galway, but also to be able to chart what is currently lacking.