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
Arts Award Voice offers you an arts and culture magazine plus inspiration and resources to help young people complete their Bronze, Silver, and Gold Arts Awards. It has proved a very popular website with young people and Arts Award advisers, attracting 170,000 visits last year! Continue reading
This week we’re focusing on Bronze and Gold, with details of Arts Award Voice’s Bronze and Gold hubs. Bhavesh from Arts Award Voice tells us more, including some of the ways the hubs can support young people working on Bronze and Gold!
Ten years on, and it feels like the right moment to develop an alumni offer to past achievers of Arts Award! After all there are nearly 250,000 of them…
So we’re working with Upstart Projects, the organisation which runs Arts Award Voice, to do some research with young people.
We’re contacting Arts Award Silver and Gold achievers from the last ten years to ask what they’re up to now and find out what they‘d want from an Arts Award alumni scheme. Here’s how you can help! Continue reading
Last weekend the Arts Award Voice team headed to beautiful Suffolk for Latitude Festival. You can peruse their reviews and blogs over on www.artsawardvoice.com. Arts Award Training Coordinator, Daf Evans, joined them on Friday. He tells us about how Latitude supports young people complete their Arts Awards – in almost any art form you can think of! Continue reading