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Call Out: The Mosaic Rooms Young Collective 2024

Express Your Interest to be part of The Mosaic Rooms Young Collective 2024
Deadline: Monday 8 April

The Mosaic Rooms Young Collective is a group of 18–25-year-old people who will meet monthly between April and November* to take part in creative sessions with professional artist Jacob V Joyce, exploring the theme Cruising Alternative Realities. 

These creative sessions will be inspired by science fiction, afro-futurism and myth making and include collage, movement, foraging, masquerade, and costume making.

Other benefits include:

Support from The Mosaic Rooms team to support learning and development of creative careers or interests 

The opportunity to programme a public event or show of work at The Mosaic Rooms in November  

*Sessions take place in and around The Mosaic Rooms, SW5 0SW. There may be additional sessions in November, leading up to a show or event which you will choose and deliver 

No previous art experience necessary, just an open and curious mind

How to apply
Fill out this form to let us know you are interested in joining the Collective. Priority will be given to those who identify as being part of the Global Majority and who have no formal art learning beyond GCSE level. 


Jacob V Joyce is an artist, researcher, and educator from South London. Their work is community focussed ranging from mural painting, illustration, workshops, poetry, and punk music with their band Screaming Toenail. Joyce has illustrated international human rights campaigns for Amnesty International and Global justice Now, had their comics published in national newspapers and self-published several DIY zines. Their work with OPAL (Out Proud African LGBTI) has gone viral across the African Continent and increased the visibility of activists fighting the legacies of colonially instated homophobic legislation. 

Joyce was recently awarded a Support Structures Fellowship from the Serpentine Gallery and a Westminster PhD research scholarship at C.R.E.A.M, (Centre for Research and Education in Art Media.) Previous recognitions include a collaborative residency at Serpentine Galleries Education Department with Rudy Loewe 2020, TFL (Transport for London) Public Arts Grant 2019Artist Participation Residency at Gasworks London/East Yard Trinidad Tobago 2019, Tate Galleries Education Department Residency 2019, Nottingham Contemporary Community Artist Residency 2017. 

Joyce is a non-binary artist amplifying historical and nourishing new queer and anti-colonial narratives. 

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