The Access Fund opens next week! Ahead of that we’re going to give a bit of detail on what to expect from the key questions, and why they’re important to any funding application. Continue reading
In an inspiring guest post, Arts Award advisers Kate Duffy & Georgie Bricknell share their experience of working with a group of young refugees. Their project saw young people achieve Silver Arts Award after a successful moderation earlier this year. Continue reading
If you’re an Arts Award adviser in England working with young people who struggle with access and inclusion issues, why not apply for an Access Fund grant to support the delivery of your Arts Award project with them?
We had a really fruitful second round of the Access Fund this year and received an excellent number of applications detailing some really exciting Arts Award projects with young people for whom access and inclusion is an issue.
Big congratulations to the 39 Arts Award centres whose applications were successful in round two – many of whom are already starting to deliver their projects with young people all across the country.
This week we hear from 2015-16 Good Practice Centre Victoria Education Centre, and explore their Arts Award project using the BBC’s Secondary Ten Pieces as a stimulus.
This week we hear from The Core at Corby and how their Arts Award Good Practice Centre (2015-16) year developed and took shape.
Victoria Education Centre are one of our 2015-2016 Good Practice Centres. Adviser Belinda Ellicott has written a guest blog giving an insight to the early stages of their Arts Award project, and how they’ve built various levels around BBC Ten Pieces! Continue reading