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From Minecraft to Fortnite: A Creator’s Guide to Mastering YouTube

From Minecraft to Fortnite, YouTube has enabled young people around the world to create, play, produce and monitize their hobbies into global brands and lucrative businesses. Join acclaimed creative producer, Adam Clarke, to learn more about how to set up a YouTube channel. From the practical side of equipment to how to make a thumbnail, and most importantly, how to build an audience, you will learn about the common mistakes and pitfalls, and what essential skills you need to have to be create a successful channel. Taking a closer look at some of the most successful Fortnite, YouTube, and Live Stream entertainers around, Adam will give insight into what makes them special and what can be learned from their success.

Please note that this event replaces the Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles workshop, which has now been cancelled.

Age 7+ Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.

Adam Clarke

Adam Clarke is an artist, educator, and visual storyteller who uses Minecraft, games, traditional art and technology to inspire and entertain. He has worked extensively within schools, colleges, and community settings and is well-known for his engaging, and easy-going approach.

He is widely acclaimed as one of the most innovative Minecraft creative producers in the world. His work includes high-profile collaborations with Tate Britain, Museum of London, United for Wildlife, Disney and many more. He is a global speaker and writer on the creative uses of Minecraft and how playing can open doors to learning and enable a new generation of thinkers, creators, and agents of social change.

Adam produces an online YouTube Channel and also starred as Wizard Keen, collaborating in Stampy's Minecraft educational series Wonder Quest.


£3/£10 Family

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