Scarlett Smyth is a Bristol based
Creative Producer, Fine Artist and
Poet, Scarlett is channel 4 and BBC
New Creative alumni, with her most
recent piece Paradise Island being
featured on the Spike Island open
studio radio programme 2021.
Scarlett is an advocate of social
change, and is a founding member
of a youth advisory panel at Bristol
Museum And Art Gallery, where she
explores engagement, exhibitions
and accessibility for all. As part of
her freelance work, she has recently
curated and produced a series of
Panel events for Bristol Ideas, from
voices in the creative industries, to
the link between social and climate
Scarlett is also Creative Workforce For the Future Alumni, a Bristol pilot programme looking to diversify the creative workforce, as part of this programme Scarlett and the CW4TF cohort consulted young people in the city and organisations to co create The Meshwork's newsletter to support individuals to work in the creative industries and to find out what was needed and lacking in order to support each other, Scarlett progressed to work as Assistant Creative Director on a touring social action through art project with Creative Youth Network, named A Tonne Of Feathers.
Scarlett is currently the Studio Coordinator for the Pervasive Media Studio at The Watershed, whilst working with Rising Arts Agency on a research project Named Ambient Lit, as well as creative consultancy for Paper Arts, A youth Arts charity based in St Pauls.
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Orders for these limited edition prints can only be placed up until 9th August and posters will be produced and dispatched w/c 23rd August onwards.
A3 posters are printed on 190gsm Matt Fine Art Stock. A2 posters are printed on 190gsm satin. All prices include production, packing and postage to one UK address. Print only, poster frame is not included.
All proceeds after production of each poster will be equally split between the artist and Rising Arts Agency to help fund their ongoing work.
#WhoseFuture represents an age-old struggle for youth resilience, security, agency and the need for positive social change. Celebrating a striking portfolio of bold visual imagery from Rising's network of young creatives, this project presents a unique opportunity for us all to listen, reflect and act, and for our young people to be heard.
Rising Arts Agency is a community of young creative thinkers aged 16-30. Their mission is to empower Bristol's under-represented young people to fulfil their creative ambitions and to affect wider social change through the arts. The agency is co-created with and for young people, and is fiercely independent.