Young Arts Pass

Inspired by art? Enjoy film? Love dance?

We are delighted to launch our brand new Young Arts Pass at The Arts Institute. 

If you are aged 18 and under, you can enjoy FREE access to selected exhibition events, films, music, performances and talks. From cutting-edge performances to fascinating historical talks, we have got you covered this season. 

This season's YAP events

Music: Winterreise - Franz Schubert 

"A triumph! This baritone has the vocal wherewithal to do just about anything he wants." The Boston Guide

 As part of the Musica Viva Concert Series, Grammy-nominated Randall Scarlata will perform Franz Schubert's immortal Winterreise, alongside Music Director and internationally acclaimed pianist, Robert Taub. 

Join us in the Sherwell Centre for an evening of vibrant music making as Randall and Robert take you through an unforgettable journey!

7pm. Saturday 12 October. Sherwell Centre

Film: Amour (2012)

Learning French at the moment? Michael Haneke's french-language film 'Amour'  represents an honest, heart-wrenching depiction of love and responsibility. 

Georges and Anne are retired music teachers who have spent their lives devoted to their careers and to each other, but when she suffers a stroke and subsequent dementia, Georges has to watch as the person he has loved for so long disappears. 

Recommended age: 12 (English subtitles)
7pm. Monday 14 October. Jill Craigie Cinema

Talk: Decolonising The Monument/Rethinking The Memorial

Join Professor Annie E. Coombes from Birbeck, University of London who will explore the increased demand for institutions to address colonial amnesia and to actively decolonise the curriculum. 

From the removal of monuments dedicated to the "heroes" of the colonial period and using examples from Kenya, Spain and South Africa, this lecture considers how the violent past targeting civilian populations can be remembered today. 

7pm. Tuesday 15 October. Theatre 2