The EU referendum is fast approaching and it's your chance to play a part in determining the UK's future. Young people hold the key to the outcome of the referendum so whether you decide to go for stay or leave, don't forget to register and vote!
This is your chance to get your voice heard and play a part in shaping the future of the UK.
From education to employment, travel to trade, the outcome of the referendum will have a direct impact on many aspects of people's everyday lives. Learn more about some of the key issues and how they might affect you.
The referendum is important for arts institutions like the ICA and for those of us working in the arts. As Arts Council England highlights, the UK's membership of the EU has a big impact on the arts here: 175 UK cultural, creative and audiovisual organisations and films benefited from €39 million of Creative Europe funding in 2014-2015, while a number of cultural organisations receive investment through EU funding programmes such as Erasmus and Interreg.
If you're under 35, your vote is more important than ever.
So make sure you're registered to vote by 7 June, then get down to your nearest polling station on 23 June to have your say!
Here's a reminder of some of the basic facts you need to know:
You can vote if you're 18 or older and:
Artists including Wolfgang Tillmans and Katrin Bohm have created work in response to the referendum. See more recent responses to the referendum by artists.
These articles and websites provide further information on some of the key issues:
Resgister now and get your voice heard! ■