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Invitation to exclusive Young People's Private View

17 July 2015
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Free Young People's Private View 

National Portrait Gallery
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Tuesday 4 August, 18.30 - 20.30

For 14-19-year-olds only

FREE

Join us at the Gallery’s only after-hours social event for young people. You can view the popular BP Portrait Award 2015 exhibition, get tips from from BP Portrait Award-winning artists, take part in creative drawing activities, enjoy live music, enter competitions, write your own exhibition labels and meet other young people interested in art.

Goody bags, materials, food and mocktails all provided!

Hosted by the Gallery's Youth Forum.

How to book

Entry strictly by RSVP on a first-come, first-served basis.

Email bpnextgeneration@npg.org.uk with your name, age and contact details.

ID is required on the night. Your friends are welcome to attend but must RSVP themselves.

For 14-19-year-olds only. No teachers, no parents!

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What's happening on the night...

Music

We are delighted to announce that Bridgette Amofah, vocalist with Rudimental and solo artist, will be giving a special performance on the night. There will also be an acoustic set by singer-songwriter Rosie Alena, and a young DJ.

Instameet

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We’re looking for keen-eyed and creative Instagrammers aged 14-19 to help capture the activities and atmosphere on the night. Prizes available.

Interested?

Email twitter@npg.org.uk

Cass Art

Thank you to Cass Art, the UK’s leading art supplies retailer, for providing free goody bags, art materials and special competition prizes at the event.

For all your art supplies visit cassart.co.uk

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