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Wildern School host afternoon tea Soundwaves celebration

Children and young people are given a Sense of Place in Folkestone

Heritage Lottery Fund - Young Roots Briefing and Networking Session | 17th September | Newport Harbour

Incoming...a new Artsmark

Camera! Teenagers! Action!

Collaboration leads to new and exciting connections between schools and cultural sector in Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire

Workshop session and Teaching School partnership has Wellington College pupils striving for Bronze achievements

New Apprenticeship for theatre technicians created by top theatre companies

Cuts put free museum entry in doubt

Dr. Martens #StandForSomething Scholarship at SSR!

Announcing our Autumn season of CPD training

New apprenticeship scheme launched at Chichester Festival Theatre

My Morning with Lenny! by Elspeth Barron

Artswork to host 2015/16 Arts Fundraising Fellow

NCS Summer 2015 Project

ART31 - Survey for youth providers in Kent

Rambert Elements - A choreography challenge for your school or college

Pegasus Theatre go Outside the Box | 25th & 26th July | Oxford

CASE STUDY | Discovering Shape with Arts Award

Longlist for Family Friendly Museum Award 2015 announced

Report: Background to Digital Cultural Learning in the UK

New Arts and Commissioning Toolkit Launches

Strong Voices’ Light Fever project shortlisted for AHI Discover Heritage Award

Arts Council England Publish Report on Contribution of the Arts and Culture Industry to the National Economy

July's ENYAN enews: OUT NOW

What does the 2015 Budget mean for arts and culture?

Poll reveals 77% think arts should be compulsory at GCSE level

Latest figures reveal employment within the UK’s creative industries is increasing at more than twice the rate of the wider UK economy

Budget 2015: Key Points

Thursday 22nd October

Mentoring the Next Creative Generation, Norwich

Thursday 26th November

Starting Out As A Freelancer, Norwich

Wednesday 11th November

Child Protection & Safeguarding in the arts and cultural sectors

Wednesday 23rd September

Creative Facilitation

Arts & Culture in the UK: priorities for funding, partnership and access

Thursday 8th October

Wednesday 14th October

Mentoring the Next Creative Generation, Birmingham

Wednesday 23rd September

Starting Out As A Freelancer, Birmingham

Friday 6th November

Mentoring The Next Creative Generation, Manchester

Wednesday 7th October

Funding Your Youth Arts Project, Bristol

Tuesday 8th September

Youth Arts Project Management - A six-day accredited course, Manchester

Thursday 8th October

Evaluating Youth Arts Projects, Gateshead

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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31st July, 2015

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31st July, 2015

Billy Comes Home: afternoon tea with an RAD success story

Just miles from the set of Billy Elliot – this year celebrating its 15th anniversary on film, and 10th anniversary...

31st July, 2015

In Conversation with Desmond Kelly OBE and Marion Tait

Date: Friday 4 September Venue: Studio 3, Birmingham Royal Ballet, Thorp Street, B5 4AU Time: 11:00 to 14:30 (arrival from...

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