Youth Club dedicates museum to youth culture

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Youth Club dedicates museum to youth culture

What started as a photo archive to document lost subcultures is now finally, after many years of fundraising and campaigning, set to get its own museum dedicated to youth culture.

The organisation, Youth Club has taken over a space in Southwark's Printworks for a 2 year residency, where some of its 300,000 photos will go on display.

The Founder of the club Jon Swinstead, and member Jamie Brett have been speaking to Luke Blackall.

If you would like to submit your own photos and stories, visit the Youth Club Archive


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