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    Supporting Arts Award advisers through Covid-19

    We have been working hard behind the scenes at Trinity College London and Arts Award to continue to support our wonderful community of Arts Award advisers and centres during this lockdown period. We k...

    The Chicken or the Egg?

    What came first - the chicken or the egg? That age old debate can easily be applied to when we have projects which we want to work alongside Arts Award. Whether within pre-existing programmes at the a...

    Author: Alan Lynch

    Date: 04 Apr 2016

    Getting Arts Award Out There

    This week’s blog comes from Laura Shepherd at Queen Elizabeth School in Cumbria, a Good Practice Centre for 2015-2016. Laura has written about how Queen Elizabeth School have built connections to thei...

    Author: Guest Writer

    Date: 29 Mar 2016

    Exploring Architecture with Arts Award

    At Orleans House Gallery we are able offer young people the chance to work in a huge range of different creative mediums when working towards their Arts Awards. However we have found one creative topi...

    Author: Caroline Bray

    Date: 21 Mar 2016

    Yes We Can! Arts Award successes by young people with communication difficulties

    This week’s blog is from Sarah Pain, an Arts Award adviser at Youth Arts Project - Brighton & Hove City Council, who are a Good Practice Centre for 2015-2016.  Working for the Youth Arts Project I hav...

    Author: Guest Writer

    Date: 16 Mar 2016

    BBC Get Creative Day – help the nation celebrate creativity!

    Just over a year ago, the BBC launched the Get Creative campaign and on Saturday 2 April 2016, they are inviting everyone from all corners of the UK to celebrate arts and creativity. Here's how you ca...

    Author: Alan Lynch

    Date: 14 Mar 2016

    Arts Award for Looked After Children

    In our latest Good Practice Centre guest post, Vicki Taylor from Work in Progress Arts tells us about how they’ve delivered Arts Award to Looked After Children, with some advice for any centres workin...

    Author: Guest Writer

    Date: 07 Mar 2016

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