Improving health and wellbeing through arts and culture: new Partnership Investment with NHS Hastings and Rother

The Department for Doing Nothing returns for a pop-up Southampton Celebration

An exchange of amazing illustrators & comics artists across the UK, Estonia, Latvia & Lithuania

Third round of Artsmark levelling results announced (2016-17 academic year)

Derek Hodgson, Research Associate at the University of York, on 'What's the point of art?'

How to involve deaf artists in the visual arts | deaf & interpreter awareness training | Brighton | June 5th

Using VR and Gaming to inspire and engage boys in Havant

Wednesday 14th June

Navigating the Changing Educational Landscape, Southampton

Arts education key to audience development, report concludes

Spotting young talent

Youth select committee announces body image inquiry

DfE believes fewer teachers in creative subjects will be needed in the future

Exclusive Artsmark Celebration Events

Read our new South East Schools Arts Newspaper

Major rise in referrals of children affected by domestic abuse

General election 2017: Too young to vote, but still campaigning

Thursday 8th June

Child Protection Policy Writing, London

Wednesday 24th May

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

The State of Education panel discussion, Saturday 13 May, Chichester Festival Theatre

UPRising | 15 July | Kent | Young people challenging ideas and igniting change in the arts

Enter the Brighter Berkshire Songwriting Competition 2017 | Deadline: 30 June

Thursday 6th July

Mentoring: The Next Creative Generation, Bristol

Thursday 15th June

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

Wednesday 28th June

Implementing Diversity and Equality: Bridging Policy and Practice, Manchester

Thursday 22nd June

Navigating the Changing Educational Landscape, Milton Keynes

Debbie Barnes on reaffirming the role of the local authority in education

MPs raise concerns over primary school testing

Youth organisations call for election pledges on social mobility

It's time to end CAMHS waiting game, says NSPCC's Des Mannion

Birmingham Royal Ballet and Sadler's Wells launch £1m choreographer project

Taking Part reports decline in diversity in arts engagement in England

Creative Industries Federation releases general election manifesto for the creative industries

DCMS publish tailored review of Arts Council England

European project to champion women musicians

Making the ask easier: increasing your organisation's charitable income

Youth reoffending rises to highest level on record

19-25 year olds- NYT are recruiting for 'Playing Up'

Thursday 29th June

Facilitation Skills, Birmingham

Thursday 22nd June

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

Creativity & Life Chances, London

Wednesday 22nd November

Wednesday 12th July

Evaluating Youth Arts Projects, Gateshead

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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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24th May, 2017

Improving health and wellbeing through arts and culture: new Partnership Investment with NHS Hastings and Rother

Artswork and partners are pioneering an approach to improving health and wellbeing through arts and culture through a new Partnership...

24th May, 2017

The Department for Doing Nothing returns for a pop-up Southampton Celebration

It’s amazing how long nothing can go on for! Following two packed days at Tate Modern in February as part...

24th May, 2017

An exchange of amazing illustrators & comics artists across the UK, Estonia, Latvia & Lithuania

18 published children’s illustrators and comics artists across four countries have been commissioned to work with multilingual groups of gifted...

 
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