Innovation fund opens for anti-radicalisation projects

Aged 12-19? Apply to be part of the Youth Film Festival as part of Southampton Film Week 2016

Majority of local plans to boost CAMHS 'not good enough', deems report

DCMS seeking feedback on Arts Council England: have your say here

Views sought on plans to boost apprenticeships

MPs call for council tax exemption for care leavers

GCSE results should be a 'wake up call to Government', say Bacc for the Future camp

Rise in number of children seeking mental health support, NHS stats show

Post-Brexit: How art makes space for empathy and understanding

Wednesday 5th October

Child Protection & Safeguarding in the Arts and Cultural Sectors, Gateshead

Thursday 6th October

Mentoring the Next Creative Generation, Manchester

Thursday 22nd September

Child Protection Policy Writing, London

“I Am Here”: an exhibition and performance of work produced by young people attending Hampshire Cultural Trust's Summer Art College

Alternative Realities: 3 Day 16-20 workshop with Stair/Slide/Space

Tuesday 28th February

Child Protection and Safeguarding in the Arts and Cultural Sectors, Birmingham

Thursday 16th February

Creating Digital Change, Manchester

Thursday 24th November

Funding Your Youth Arts Project, Southampton

Wednesday 16th November

Creating Digital Change, London

Thursday 10th November

Creative Consultation with Young People, Bristol

Thursday 20th October

Mentoring the Next Creative Generation, Norwich

Get involved in the Men & Girls Dance - Community Catalysts Project!

Interview with Jane Bryant, Artswork’s CEO

Children with SEN miss out on support, teachers say

Schools "should be incentivised" to take on vulnerable children, says chair of NAVSH

Wednesday 16th November

Mentoring the Next Creative Generation, Margate

Artswork's Arts Award Resources for Libraries

Summer Reading Challenge 2016: take part in the Big Friendly Read!

Take part in South East Libraries' Celebrate Shakespeare survey

Youth Justice Board urges action on 'court bias' against black and Asian children

Ofsted praises 'highly effective' SEN employment drive

New funding to secure the future of England's museums

Join Nuffield Theatre as their new Youth Theatre Apprentice

British Youth Council reacts to Brexit: "It's still our future"

Cultural sector tops the economic growth league

Resource highlights arts-based technologies for disabled creatives

Young People's Voices: An Interview with Georgia Burton, former Creative Apprentice

Creative People and Places attracts over one million engagements

Great Place Scheme to put culture at the heart of local plans

Small businesses could offer 1 million more apprenticeships, survey suggests

'Everything I'm not made me everything I am!'

Artswork, a leading national voice for youth arts

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Artswork is committed to transforming the lives of children and young people through arts and cultural practice.

Our mission is to place the arts at the heart of work with, for and by children and young people and to champion, lead and facilitate high quality work led by artists, arts and cultural organisations including the development of young arts practitioners/leaders.

We work through strategic alliances with the arts, cultural, education, youth and community sectors and aim to act as national champion to increase opportunities for children and young people to lead, participate, work in, experience and enjoy the arts.

Artswork is a leading national youth arts development agency and a registered charity, supported by Arts Council England.

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We deliver our work through a range of programmes
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We host training and development courses based around the different aspects of working with children & young people in the arts and cultural sector
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30th August, 2016

Innovation fund opens for anti-radicalisation projects

A total of £1.5m has been set aside by government to fund “innovative” projects that work to prevent young people...

30th August, 2016

Aged 12-19? Apply to be part of the Youth Film Festival as part of Southampton Film Week 2016

SFW:YFF is seeking to bring together a team of up to 12 young people between 12 and 19 yrs of...

30th August, 2016

Majority of local plans to boost CAMHS ‘not good enough’, deems report

A study by the Education Policy Institute’s Mental Health Commissionrated local transformation plans published by clinical commissioning groups on five areas...

 
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We offer events on a multitude of subjects within the youth arts realm - run by ourselves, our partners and others who share our vision
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