Are you aged 18-30, looking to make a career out of your talent, monetise your practice and stand out from the crowd?

Our new series of events will equip you with all the tools you need to be successfully Self-Made.

Where best to start than with step 1: Getting Noticed.

You could be a musician, performer, journalist, graphic designer, filmmaker or any part of the creative industries. This panel is designed to give practical tips from creative industry experts who have either been there and done it, or helped others achieve their goals.

In this launch event, our panel of experts will be discussing the art of of Getting Noticed – how to stand out in a saturated market.

The session will cover how to develop your voice and brand, through digital content, words on a page and in front of an audience. The panel discussion will be followed by a facilitated networking event in the Hub.

Panel of experts:

The Host: Sabrina Grant, Television Presenter

Sabrina currently presents an award-winning returning consumer series for Channel 4, ‘Supershoppers’. Sabrina’s journey started behind the scenes, working her way up from a production runner on hit shows like Big Brother, Britain’s Got Talent & The Voice UK. The start of this year saw Sabrina front her very own solo primetime show for Channel 4, ‘Secret Lives of Slim People’.

The Entrepreneur: Liv Little, Founder of gal-dem Magazine

Liv is the founder and CEO at gal-dem, an online magazine and media platform run by women and non-binary people of colour. Liv has been voted as a Future Leader, a rising star at WOW and included in the inaugural BBC’s 100 women series. he has spoken to audiences of up to 10,000 people and been recognised as one of the top women speakers in Britain by the Dots.

The Artist: Kate Moross, Graphic Designer

Kate Moross is an art director, illustrator and graphic designer. Kate’s work spans across artistic direction, moving imagery, typography and illustration. In 2012, Kate founded Studio Moross, a London-based multidisciplinary design company as an expansion upon their own work and a way to collaborate with other creatives.

The Organisation: Drew Lam, Artist & Industry Partnerships at Spotify

Drew Lam is a part of the Music team at Spotify UK. The team acts as the direct point of contact for artists and their representatives, enabling them to find and grow their audience through strategic guidance and creative partnerships. Prior to joining Spotify, Drew worked in Artist management for several international artists.

The Expert: Amelia Ideh, Artist Development, Communications & Creative Production Consultant

Amelia Ideh has worked in the arts and music industries for 15 years in marketing and PR, writing, creative production, artist development/ management and fundraising. She’s currently the Head of Communications at two arts organisations; Tiata Fahodzi and Fevered Sleep, a tutor and artist mentor at Serious UK, and a PRS for Music Foundation adviser.

The Roundhouse: Ruth Hawkins, Performing Arts Producer at Roundhouse

Ruth is one of our producers here at the Roundhouse, overseeing artistic programming and producing for the main space and smaller studio spaces. Ruth has also held producer roles at the Royal Court Theatre, Ovalhouse Theatre, Gate Theatre and Donmar Warehouse.

I’d like to attend, but i’m not sure I can afford it?
If you need help to pay for things like project fees, transport or childcare, we can help. Find out how you can get support..

If you are using a bursary to pay for the project, please ensure you arrange this with the Advice Base with plenty of time before the start of the project.

I have additional needs. Can I still take part?
We have places available on all our projects for individuals with additional needs.Get in touch so that we can discuss your requirements and do our best in supporting you.