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    Arts Award Blog

    Flying the flag for high quality arts experiences in Wales

    Last week the Wales Creative Industries Academy was launched at the University of South Wales, based in Cardiff. This is an incredibly exciting new collaboration between the University of South Wales ...

    Multi-level Arts Award: integrating Explore, Bronze & Silver

    This summer 58 young people working with Harrogate Theatre successfully achieved Explore, Bronze or Silver Arts Award. Arts Award was embedded into their work with children and young people in schools...

    Author: Guest Writer

    Date: 21 Jan 2019

    Peer to peer support - mentoring the next generation of Arts Award achievers

    On the blog this week, Laura Goulden, from Deafinitely Theatre, shares how they deliver Arts Award flexibly with their deaf young people and how they’ve developed exemplary team working skills through...

    Author: Guest Writer

    Date: 08 Oct 2018

    Case Study: York Theatre Royal

    York Theatre Royal is a theatre based in York. They have been delivering Arts Award (Explore, Bronze, Silver and Gold levels) for over five years in several different formats, adapted for a variety of...

    Author: Alan Lynch

    Date: 05 Sep 2018

    Case Study: The Lowry

    Established in 2000 and based at Salford Quays, The Lowry is a cross-arts venue that aims to enrich people’s lives and to contribute to the creative well-being of the North West.

    Author: Alan Lynch

    Date: 05 Sep 2018

    Case Study: Parkwood Hall Cooperative Academy

    Parkwood Hall Cooperative Academy is a special needs school for students with moderate to severe learning difficulties, many of them on the autistic spectrum. The school offers students opportunities ...

    Author: Alan Lynch

    Date: 05 Sep 2018

    Case Study: West Yorkshire Playhouse

    West Yorkshire Playhouse has been delivering Arts Award across all levels for over three years, with around 200 young people successfully completing their awards in that time.

    Author: Alan Lynch

    Date: 05 Sep 2018

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