It’s really great news that Arts Award turns ten today!
I am really proud to be involved with Arts Award, as well as being an adviser at all levels, I am the Arts Award Associate for Arts Award Supporter (where I am responsible for continuing to develop the Supporter programme) and I have also worked at the Royal Opera House Bridge as the Arts Award Programme Manager.
I also provide consultancy for arts organisations and schools around Arts Award.
Arts Award supports young people to develop as artists and arts leaders. In its tenth year Arts Award is aspiring to reach even more young people across the UK. Whether through schools, colleges, arts organisations, museums, libraries or clubs, Arts Award offers young people aged up to 25 an inspiring arts journey and the chance to achieve a qualification.
Get young people working towards an Arts Award this autumn for:
- their chance to take the 10-month challenge and achieve an award by summer 2016
- special competitions and themed articles written by young people on artsawardvoice.com
- discounts on moderations and opportunities to profile your organisation
Wide-ranging support for advisers delivering Arts Award is now available including new resources to support the development of creative projects, or you can find out about training to get started
Follow #ArtsAward10 on Facebook or Twitter for updates on Arts Award’s tenth birthday or pledge your support to reach a quarter of a million awards for young people at artsaward.org.uk/ArtsAward10