Our work with Local Authorities

Connecting with Local Authorities means we are able to be proactive on a local level, whilst still seeing the wider picture.

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Through our Partnership Investment programme, we work with Local Authorities (as well as schools, universities and public health agencies and more) to at least double amounts invested in arts and cultural activity, and to influence the policy and practice of those whose work is about achieving better outcomes for children and young people.

Working with Arts Council England on the Cultural Education Challenge sees us nurturing the development of 13 local Cultural Education Partnerships in the South East region. This brings together arts and cultural organisations with Local Authorities and policy makers and shapers, to improve the lives of children and young people.

Working with Local Authorities

Portsmouth Creative Skills Programme

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We are currently delivering the second year of a three-year Portsmouth Creative Skills programme, working with Portsmouth City Council’s Virtual School and Leaving Care Service.

This is funded through The Blagrave Trust (with support from Catalyst-Evolve), and forms part of the work of Portsmouth’s Cultural Education Partnership, with associated Partnership Investment work.

 

Find out more about this programme here

 

This programme is part of the legacy of the national Creative Skills Initiative (2013-2016), led by Artswork in collaboration with six other Bridge organisations across England.

We created this publication to celebrate its success.

 

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