Rainbow Room International is happy to share the news that it has formed a new Young Artistic Team.
The idea of a new Young Artistic Team came about by Rainbow Room International Royal Exchange Square Salon Director, David Nicolson, and Co-Founder, Linda Stewart. They were aware that many young members of the salon group were excited by such an oppportunity, but were lacking confidence to get more involved. “The whole idea came about because of lockdowns and the lack of opportunities for our ‘new’ stylists. We wanted them to be able to start exploring their creative side,” said David. “I felt that with all the resources we had within our company, we had a duty to stretch our directors and get them all to share their experiences and skills.”
The team will have Suzie McGill as its leader. She, along with other Rainbow Room International Artistic Team Members and Salon Directors, will teach the youngsters what it takes to be in an artistic team. They will also gain the skills necessary to become part of the team.
All levels of team members across all of the Rainbow Room International salons were invited to be involved, with only one rule – they must be committed for a full year and attend all sessions provided throughout the year. At the end of the year, participating team members would receive a certificate for being part of the Young Artistic Team and also have the skills/confidence to move forward in their career and take a step up into the Artistic Team.
As well as attending seminars, Young Artistic Team Members get encouragement to take part in events and shoots with the Rainbow Room International Artistic Team. This includes getting to help with the latest Artistic Team photoshoot, getting to showcase a model on stage at the latest Rainbow Room International Creative Day and some of the team working backstage at Fashion Week.