is a programme of arts and moving image media creative learning activities for young people between the ages of 10 and 19 living in Scotland. It is funded by the Scottish Government, through the Cashback for Communities programme. The programme is managed by Creative Scotland and is open to young people who want to tell meaningful and relevant stories about their life in Scotland. These stories can be told in any art form or media combination, narrative based or abstract. The work will be showcased on www.creativeidentities.org
and through exhibitions and presentations. All of this is made possible through a range of youth, media and arts organisations across Scotland. During the pilot phase we have worked with Eden Court, Peacock Visual Arts, Dundee Rep, DCA, Tramway, GFT, Pilton Video, Dance Base, VOMO, Action for Children, Barnardos, Includem, The Princess Royal Trust for Carers and The Prince's Trust.