'13 days. . .' With 2014 drawing to a close Emily reflects on a roller coaster year!

National Youth Arts Training survey

Free Meet the Funder Heritage Lottery Fund Workshop

Southampton’s young people could win funding to launch and grow their own business

ACE announces 17th round of strategic touring programme!

engage, the National Association for Gallery Education, successful in application to ACE Strategic touring fund

A winter’s tale: don't overlook the value of drama in school

New Chief Executive of Arts Council England announced

If the work of disabled artists is impeded, the whole sector will lose out!

Sheffield Doc/Fest: Youth Jury

Interested in writing for the Student Wordsmith?

First National College for the Creative Industries launched

Sir Peter Bazalgette: "We’re going to make sure diversity is truly the responsibility of everyone and every organisation"

Case study archive: Strong Voices - Digital Wildlife Photography Workshops

Young Critics at Theatre Royal Winchester

Archive: Crofton Hammond Infant School - Journey to Artsmark Gold

The Variety of Jobs in the Creative and Cultural Industries – by Imogen Tong, Creative Apprentice

New Arts Award Supporter mini site and map launched

Archive: Portsmouth Picture Book Award - an Early Years project

Arts Award survey prize winner announced

Social franchising: giving the arts sector’s best programmes a boost

Peers consider case for arts education

Creative Business Workshop - 20th January 2015

Diversity and the Creative Case

Archive: Artsmark School to School Mentor Programme - Kent

Consultation on improving young people's mental health services

CASE STUDY: Artsmark School to School Mentor Programme - East Sussex

South East Bridge enews - November/December out now!

Into Film festive fun for your students

Hampshire plans to halve youth service spend

Creative & Cultural Skills Annual Conference 2015

Thursday 5th March

Artswork, a leading national voice for youth arts

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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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18th December, 2014

’13 days. . .’ With 2014 drawing to a close Emily reflects on a roller coaster year!

13 days… 13 days remaining. 13 days to complete this year. 2014 has been one huge, long, incredible rollercoaster for...

18th December, 2014

National Youth Arts Training survey

As the New Year approaches, we are taking the opportunity to conduct a review of national Youth Arts training in order...

18th December, 2014

Free Meet the Funder Heritage Lottery Fund Workshop

Friday 30th January 2015, 10.30 am to 1 pm Berwick House,  8 Elwick Road, Ashford, Kent, TN23 1PF The Heritage...

 
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