Internships threaten diversity in the creative industries

What does an early election mean for England's schools?

APPLICATION DEADLINE EXTENDED Communications Officer, Artswork

Most teenagers happy with life, study finds

Teenage hackers motivated by morality not money, study finds

Royal Opera House Bridge conference: Last chance to buy Early-Bird tickets to Navigating the future of Cultural Learning

Artsmark Support Offer | Fluid Motion Theatre Company

Thursday 4th May

Child Protection & Safeguarding in the Arts and Cultural Sectors, Brighton

Music leaders decry Guardian's musical 'anti-intellectualism' article

ENYAN April newsletter out now: read it here

FREE Enterprise Workshops for 16-25 year olds | Artswork, Southampton | Starting 16th May

Guardian to host seminar on technology in schools | 15 June 2017

Evaluator wanted for The ICE Project

Give a book for World Book Night | 23rd April

Enter the Brighter Berkshire Songwriting Competition now | Deadline: June 30th

New initiative offers emerging artists support through corporate mentoring and exhibitions

Music education is now only for the white and wealthy, argues the Guardian's Charlotte C Gill

Sadler's Wells on changing approaches to data collection and sharing

Inspired by creativity: working as a producer in the dance industry

Cost cutting tips for arts organisations from Cause4's Michelle Wright

An inconvenient truth: Arts and the social divide

New network aims to connect every theatre in Europe

'Durham Commission' to assess young people, creativity and education

Ghosts, gardens and poetry – the festival exploring the far edges of game design

Aged 11-19? Free weekly filmmaking opportunities in Slough

Festival Production Placements: Summer 2017

Books for girls, about girls: the publishers trying to balance the bookshelves

Misleading analysis underpins report finding arts GCSEs "unaffected by EBacc"

Charity highlights impact of repeated moves for children living in poverty

Why every day should be Baby Day at the theatre - Lyn Gardner explains

Getting teenagers singing: St Peter's School music club

Wednesday 28th June

Diversity and Equality in Youth Arts and Culture – Great Art for Everyone, Manchester

Thursday 22nd June

Child Protection & Safeguarding in the Arts and Cultural sectors, Oxford

Wednesday 24th May

Developing Participation: Producing work with, for and by young people, Gateshead

Friday 9th June

Behaviour Management and Youth Arts, Peterborough

Thursday 8th June

Child Protection Policy Writing, London

Wednesday 14th June

Navigating the Changing Educational Landscape, Southampton

Thursday 15th June

Child Protection & Safeguarding in the Arts and Cultural sectors, York

Wednesday 17th May

Evaluating Youth Arts Projects, London

Thursday 22nd June

Navigating the Changing Educational Landscape, Milton Keynes

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Artswork is committed to transforming the lives of children and young people through arts and cultural practice.

Our mission is to place the arts at the heart of work with, for and by children and young people and to champion, lead and facilitate high quality work led by artists, arts and cultural organisations including the development of young arts practitioners/leaders.

We work through strategic alliances with the arts, cultural, education, youth and community sectors and aim to act as national champion to increase opportunities for children and young people to lead, participate, work in, experience and enjoy the arts.

Artswork is a leading national youth arts development agency and a registered charity, supported by Arts Council England.

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