Arts Award Blog

    Alan Lynch

    I'm the Sector Support Manager, Schools at Trinity College London. My role is to support delivery of Trinity's qualifications, including Arts Award, across secondary schools and further education. I'm also the lead on access and inclusion for Arts Award.

    Recent Posts by Alan Lynch

    5 first steps into digital arts

    We’re big believers in digital arts and the use of technology across different art forms but as technology becomes more powerful, the prospect of using it creatively might seem a daunting one. Digital...

    Author: Alan Lynch

    Date: 12 Nov 2018

    Arts and cultural funding across the UK

    Last week we considered how schools might approach the arts from a range of budget points. We know that in addition to schools, budgets can be tight for the youth and community sector, and arts and cu...

    Author: Alan Lynch

    Date: 29 Oct 2018

    Evidencing the Explore journey

    During this time of year, a lot of Arts Award advisers think about their upcoming delivery and how they might approach it. Because we’re often asked about collecting evidence for Explore, we’re offeri...

    Author: Alan Lynch

    Date: 10 Sep 2018

    Case study: Brighton & Hove Youth Arts Project

    Brighton & Hove Youth Arts Project is part of the City Council Youth Service. They work across Brighton & Hove running arts activities in partnership with schools and other agencies. They have been de...

    Author: Alan Lynch

    Date: 04 Sep 2018

    Case study: Beat It Percussion

    Beat It Percussion provides hands-on drumming activities for people of all ages and abilities. Their programmes include Carnival and Samba-themed workshops in schools and work places, as well as activ...

    Author: Alan Lynch

    Date: 04 Sep 2018

    Case study: Alabaré e-Zone

    Alabaré runs The Junction, a drop in centre in Hampshire supporting young people aged between 13 and 25 who may be NEET, living in hostels, street homeless, have learning difficulties or have mental h...

    Author: Alan Lynch

    Date: 04 Sep 2018

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