If you’ve caught up with last week’s blog you’ll know that Arts Award is excited to be returning to Mozfest in London this year, the world’s leading festival for the open internet. We’ll be there from 27-29 October at Ravensbourne in London.
This week we’re launching an important call out for festival proposals. We’re offering Arts Award centres, Supporters and young people the opportunity to deliver a session at the festival. This could be in the form of a workshop, a demo or a piece of work to exhibit. At the heart of our call out are digital arts and the creative use of technology.Continue reading →
Arts Award is delighted to be working with VotesforSchools to find out whether young people think the arts are accessible to all. This week we hear from Vivienne Creevey, CEO of VotesforSchools, about why young people’s voices are important.Continue reading →
In today’s blog, Eddie and Max from EK Theater along Arts Award team member Shaun share their experience of the workshop they delivered at Mozfest as part of Arts Award’s Digital Arts and Culture Space. They show us how effectively video gaming can be adapted into an arts activity, making cross curricular links into literature and drama too.
This week on the blog we have a guest post from Arts Award Supporter BalletBoyz – the internationally acclaimed dance company of stage, TV and pioneers of innovative dance education projects. BalletBoyz share with us how their online dance teaching platform, MoovBank can support Arts Award.
This week on the blog we have a guest post from Simon Glenister, Founder and Director of Arts Award centre Noise Solution. Simon shares with us how they deliver Arts Award and enable their young people to reinvent themselves.
We return to focusing on Mozfest this week on the blog and take a look at some of the key highlights of the October Festival in addition to providing you with some inspiration for getting digital with Arts Award.
Following on from our recent blog post about the launch of the Cultural Citizens Programme (CCP), we have updates from each of the three organisations delivering the pilot who tell us about how it’s going so far and the activities they are doing with young people in their region.