Future Artists Programme

Future Artists Programme with Raheel Khan

Applications for participants will open in August 2024 

The Future Artists Programme is a 5-day immersive workshop, welcoming aspiring creatives from underrepresented backgrounds, aged 16-19 through an exploration of sculptural sound in response to Imran Perretta: A Riot in Three Acts. This programme will be delivered by Raheel Khan, an established sound artist and musician. Guided by Khan’s practice, the group will experiment with radical ways of experiencing sound while exploring themes and ideas of protest music in the UK, canons of communication, music distribution and activism. The Future Artists Programme will culminate in a performance, creating an opportunity for participants to reactivate the Lancaster Rooms through ensemble sharing. 

The Future Artists Programme invites young aspiring artists from underrepresented backgrounds who are interested in spoken word, sound and music. The project will encourage curiosity, inviting participants to develop new ways of thinking, and amplify their unique artistic voice.    

Dates: Monday 28 October– Friday 01 November 2024, 5 days (Autumn Half Term) 

Times: 10.00-16.00  

Location: Somerset House, Strand, London  

Cost: FREE (travel expenses of up to £15 per day will be covered and lunch will be provided) 

Applications for participants will open in August 2024