Arts Award Blog

How art can change the world

The Arts Award blog, often explores different aspects of the arts, from the levels of creativity involved to its’ measurable impact: we’ve written about it all. As the academic year comes to an end, w...

Children & the Arts make a great Start

On the blog today, we are sharing an update on a very exciting partnership we first blogged about last year. We have been working with Children & the Arts to embed Arts Award into their Start programm...

Author: Annabel Thomas

Date: 26 Mar 2018

Embedding creative activity at Thomas Ashton School

Arts Award Good Practice Centre Thomas Ashton School are in the midst of a year of great creative activity, and are telling us about some of what’s taken place in our latest guest blog. They’ve embedd...

Author: Guest Writer

Date: 19 Mar 2018

Calling Arts Award Alumni

Nearly 360,000 people have completed an Arts Award over the last 12 years and we want to stay in touch! These young people are creating the future within and beyond the cultural sector and we want to ...

Author: Alan Lynch

Date: 13 Mar 2018

Supporting wellbeing with Music and Arts Award: Noise Solution

Arts Award centre Noise Solution uses professional musicians and digital tools to support young people in challenging circumstances. Simon Glenister, Noise Solution’s Director, writes to tell us about...

Author: Guest Writer

Date: 12 Mar 2018

Preparing young people for what comes next

Head of Arts Award at Trinity College London, Cat Sercombe, reflects on our responsibility to ensure that young people leaving education are truly work ready, taking a look at how providing young peop...

Author: Catherine Sercombe

Date: 06 Mar 2018