Revoluton Announces New Young Revolutonary Cohort for 2024.

Fuelled by a passion for community, driven by creativity.

The third cohort of Young Revolutonaries that have just been micro-commissioned by Revoluton Arts embody these exact sentiments.

One of our organisation’s top priorities has always been to provide opportunities for young Lutonians to create something beautiful and truly special. We believe that by launching meaningful projects that will in the best ways impact their local communities, our Young Revolutonaries will also be well on their way to building their creative portfolios whilst showcasing their artistic potential and creative prowess.

Take Mac Pajka for example, who is a filmmaker, sculptor, and wizard working with the arts to explore their metaphysical and transformative applications. Mac is hosting a creative workshop that aims to strengthen the relationship between the arts and ourselves. He also runs Mystery Cinema Club, screening significant and reflective films from across the world, and celebrating the miracle of cinema itself.

[Mac Pajka, Young Revolutonary – @studiomelanix]

Mac’s project is aptly titled the Alchemy of Sculpture – a workshop that involves people creating a piece of work that would end up being destroyed and reused. The finale of his work along with film & pictures will be showcased at Bute Street Film & Arts Festival.

Mac Pajka, better known as Studio Melanix is also a part of Sanctuary Global, and spends significant time documenting journeys through the country from his beloved town of Luton, and looking to seek adventure on your doorstep.