Signal has young people at heart. Signal Curators is an opportunity for young people to tell the story of Signal through art.
Guided by professionals from some of Melbourne's top galleries, the Signal Curators get a behind-the-scenes look into each stage of the curatorial process.
The Signal Curators also have ongoing input itno the program, sharing ideas and leading projects.
If you're interested in becoming a Signal Curator and shaping the future of Signal get in touch by email.
The Signal Express with Express Media
The Signal Express is an online arts and culture magazine created entirely by young Melbourne writers aged 13-18.
Featuring the freshest of arts, entertainment and cultural journalism, it’s a place for reviews, previews, features and opinion.
If you want to be part of the conversation, get in touch. We’d love your voice in the mix.
The Signal building features iGlass technology in its window façade creating a projection screen visible after dark.
The Signal Screen showcases work created by, for and with young people all year round.
Check out What’s happening at Signal for screening details.
Street Art Mentoring
Signal’s street art mentoring workshops offer young people a unique opportunity to work alongside professional artists in a safe, collaborative space where individual diversity and artistic development are encouraged through street art.
Workshops take place each month in Union Lane and explore paste-ups, free hand techniques, stencil, installation and murals led by Melbourne’s leading artists from the Blender Studios.
Upcoming sessions: TBC
Bookings are essential.
For more information, including details on how to potentially become involved as an artist, please visit Signal Street Art Mentoring.