Arts Award Blog

    Validating the artistic process - the Arts Award way

    There are suggestions that the process of building Stonehenge may have been as important as how the monument was eventually used. Completing an Arts Award qualification isn’t nearly so difficult as bu...

    Arts Award and youth justice: What’s the picture?

    Arts Awards are qualifications that are flexible, accessible and personal – which means they’re delivered in a huge variety of contexts, including youth offending teams and prevention settings.  This ...

    Author: Julie Neville

    Date: 14 Sep 2015

    Planning your Arts Award

    Now that a new school year has started, many advisers might be thinking about starting young people on their Arts Award journey.  And we’d like to help!  This week we’re going to offer some tips and r...

    Author: Alan Lynch

    Date: 07 Sep 2015

    ARTiculation Prize

    Do you work with students aged between 14 and 23 who are curious about art, architecture and the visual world in general? Then you might just be interested in hearing about the annual ARTiculation Pri...

    Author: Alan Lynch

    Date: 01 Sep 2015

    Creative Campaigning

    For the past year, Arts Award has been championing youth social action.  This summer, Arts Award became the latest organisation to make its pledge to the #iwill campaign which aims to make social acti...

    Author: Julie Neville

    Date: 24 Aug 2015

    The power of uniformed youth work

     Arts Award Youth & Community Associate Julie Larner tells us how uniformed youth organisations are growing and highlights the natural links between uniformed youth projects and Arts Award

    Author: Julie Neville

    Date: 18 Aug 2015

    Meet the Arts Award team! Introducing… Hazel Morrison

    Next up on our grand tour of the Arts Award team is Hazel Morrison, validation team leader and ballet teacher!

    Author: Katherine Stapley-Smith

    Date: 11 Aug 2015

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