SONIC PI: a digital research and development project | Free Toolkit

B.fest 2015 event submissions are now OPEN

CREATE: a journal of perspectives on the value of arts and culture

The Mary Rose Museum is being taken teenagers!

'My Experiences at Artswork' by Stuart Cornwall, a Creative Trainee

Sky Academy Arts Scholarships

Long Take Challenge winner discusses his passion for filmmaking

SoundCity awarded Diploma of Merit from the National Music Council

Learning through the Lens | FREE event | Brighton | December 2nd

"Can we afford to support the arts? The simple answer is, we can't afford not to", says Arts Council's Peter Bazalgette

Public Art Commission for Ashford - Call for Artist Submissions

Takeover Day 21st November - the countdown has begun!

Extending Digital Practice: The Story Museum, Oxford

An Open Letter to Nicky Morgan, Education Secretary

Strong Voices: Making Space upcycling project

Youth Music - Grant Making Programmes in England

Want to work in the arts? Apply to be a Blast Theory Volunteer!

International Youth Arts Festival 2015 - Applications Now Open

Ideas Fund Innovators grants available - next deadline 19th December

Arts Award Support Surgery | 3rd December | Southampton

Follow Artswork on Instagram!

Winners of 2014 Marsh Awards for Excellence in Gallery Education announced at engage International Conference, Leeds

Consultancy Services Required: Development of Model Cultural Education Profile

Speaking Truth to Power: This is the Rebirth of Political Theatre

Apprenticeships: changing the 'not for my child' attitude

Interview with a self taught photographer

Sir Quentin Blake: "We need more disabled children in picture books"

Making Coding More Accessible for Young People: Free Resources for Teachers

Latest Taking Part Survey reveals increased engagement by children & young people

New Partnership Investment!


Tuesday 2nd December

The Future of Local Libraries and Cultural Services

Wednesday 3rd December

Creative & Cultural Skills Annual Conference 2015

Thursday 5th March

Commissioning for Culture and Sport

Friday 5th December

PROTECT: young people in the arts and cultural sectors- London, London

Tuesday 2nd December

Artswork, a leading national voice for youth arts


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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We deliver our work through a range of programmes
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We host training and development courses based around the different aspects of working with children & young people in the arts and cultural sector
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24th November, 2014

SONIC PI: a digital research and development project | Free Toolkit

24th November, 2014

B.fest 2015 event submissions are now OPEN

B.fest – Brighton Youth Arts Festival Sat 23rd – Sat 30th May 2015 Register your events now - online submission deadline...

24th November, 2014

CREATE: a journal of perspectives on the value of arts and culture

A spotlight on the latest industry news
We offer events on a multitude of subjects within the youth arts realm - run by ourselves, our partners and others who share our vision
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