Children and Young People's Events


We are currently planning events and classes for the future! Join our mailing list below to keep up dated.

If you would like to book a workshop for your class or community group you can find our contact details here

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“Lovely people. My boys had some priceless moments at the summer school.”
— Parent of Summer School Partcipant
“My daughter attended the summer school this year was greeted with smiles and enthusiasm and has had an absolute blast all week. Learning some brilliant moves and meeting some fantastic people. She’d come home every night tired but full of fire and it finished with a really welcoming community event with delicious foods, storytelling and the kids showcasing their works! awesome! looking forward to seeing her perform alongside this amazing project tomorrow at the Merchant City Festival
— Parent of Summer School Participant
When is the next event. We can’t wait to come back
— Parent of Summer School

Project X Summer School

In July, we are ran a free summer school for 8-13 years at The African Arts Centre from Monday 17th -Friday 21st. 

The five day programme included; learning traditional African Dances, as well as more contemporary styles. There were storytelling sessions, costume making and movies celebrating dances of the African Diaspora!

Supported by BEMIS and Visit Scotland's Year of History, Heritage and Archaeology we held the Let's Dance Carnival on Friday 21st July. This celebration event  showcased what the young people created, as well as performances from Divine Tasinda, and storytelling from Gift Amu Logoste to celebrate our African Diaspora heritage. 

To finish off the summer school, on Saturday 22nd July we performed as part of Glasgow’s Merchant City Festival

Images by Jassy Earl and Alhadji Mauricia

Each generation must, out of relative obscurity, discover its mission, fulfill it, or betray it.
— Frantz Fanon