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National qualifications that develop young people's interest in the arts. Train as an adviser and develop the arts leaders of the future.
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Book your place on our Bronze and Silver adviser training course in Leeds on 9 October. If you work with young people and the arts and are thinking of taking your arts practice to the next level, then Arts Award is for you!
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Lucy Carlton-Walker 11h
The first Creativity Lab has just started looking forward to discussing &
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We're glad you've enjoyed it! 😃
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A new round of the Access Fund is open! Centres working with young people for whom access & inclusion is an issue can apply for a grant of up to £1,500 to help develop or embed Arts Award work. Find out more and apply online by Friday 18 October .
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Lucy Carlton-Walker Sep 18
Looking forward to an afternoon discussing & this afternoon at the Tea Party ☕️🍰
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Arts Award Sep 18
A huge amount of research demonstrates it's important for young people to experience the arts, but it can be hard to gain recognition for these subjects. Our resource aims to give the tools to advocate for the visual arts within schools.
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Arts Award Sep 17
Exploring VR: This week Learning Technologist, Neil Winterburn at FACT, tells us about the moment Sir Nicholas Serota, Chair of , virtually swapped bodies with an Arts Award participant:
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A New Direction Sep 13
EVENT | 15 Oct hubs/educators/organisations working across all key stages are invited along to the upcoming north-east London Network Cluster meeting, where you can find out more about how to embed Arts Award into your practice
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Arts Connect Sep 16
are committed to reducing barriers for those with access or inclusion needs. Organisations can apply for grants of up to £1500 to pilot, develop or embed Arts Award programmes. Deadline: 18 October
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Lift the Lid on Island Culture Sep 12
We hosted an catch up discussion looking at the process involved, resources, experiences, etc. Glad to have teachers from school Oakfield Primary, plus Barton Primary,
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Arts Award Sep 10
A huge amount of research demonstrates that it's important for young people to experience the arts, but it can be hard to gain recognition for these subjects. Our resource aims to give the tools to advocate for the visual arts within schools.
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Arts Award Sep 10
How can your Award programme offer the best possible experience for young people? Read our latest blog to find out:
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Talking Statues NOR Sep 5
Just two & half weeks left to hear what our statues have to say! Join us Sat 14 Sept for to complete your Discover FOR FREE.
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NorfolkMusicFestival Sep 6
Working towards an Arts Award? Norfolk County Music Festival is an Supporter and can help you achieve your Arts Award.
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Arts Connect Sep 9
! We have brilliant news... another round of investments has opened today. Do you want to integrate arts & culture into your curriculum? Our bursaries are the perfect place to start! Get in touch with for more info Deadline : 18 November
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A New Direction Sep 9
EVENT | 17 Sep Cultural orgs in , , , and are invited to our upcoming Network Cluster Meeting, hosted by . Find out more about the award, & share ideas & best practice
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Arts Award Sep 10
Well done, great work everyone.
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Arts Award Sep 6
It's , so why not celebrate by reading a book or two. Did you know that reading books can contribute towards your Arts Award Discover? Use our centre map to see if there are any libraries offering Arts Award in your area:
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Arts Award Sep 5
Earlier this week we shared a blog about working with a professional artist at our Trinity Champion Centre. As a creative or teacher you often act like a superhero, juggling multiple tasks. If you were to describe yourself as a hero, which one would it be and why?
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Arts Award Sep 5
Replying to @DashTheatre
Good luck with the project. We hope the trial year goes really well!
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