MozFest is nearly here! Join us between 27-29 October at Ravensbourne College in London. We will be introducing you to the youth-led track, a series of all new Arts Award sponsored sessions focused on young leaders running creative and engaging sessions on internet issues close to their heart. Continue reading
Mozfest is the world’s leading festival for the open internet. We’ll be there from 27-29 October at Ravensbourne in London. Here’s your guide to the opportunities not to be missed this year… Continue reading
When Katie set about doing her Gold Arts Award in 2016 she wanted to explore her own arts practice in digital media as well as support other young people to get involved in digital arts. So when Helix Arts invited Katie to get involved in Mozfest 2016 by co-leading their ‘Off the Beat’ workshop at the festival for her Gold Unit 2 leadership project, it was an opportunity not to miss. Continue reading
At the beginning of July our Digital Associate Julie Neville, with Fran Gkotsi and Dave Darch from A Little Learning, hosted an Arts Award webinar. The aim was to demonstrate how digital arts can be successfully used within Arts Award, highlighting some specific examples from young people’s portfolios and the wider arts world. Continue reading
Arts Award’s continuing development work in digital arts and our partnership with the Mozilla Foundation means that we are increasingly aware of how important it is for young people to be web literate. Continue reading
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 returning to Mozfest! Our Digital Associate, Julie Neville, tells us about her experience of this year’s planning retreat and what to expect from Mozfest 2017. Continue reading
This week we hear from adviser Su Adams at U Can Too about an Easter project which saw young people achieving Discover through their creative digital work! 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.