South East Bridge
We believe all children and young people have the right to experience the richness of the arts, both in and outside of school. We bridge together the work of arts and cultural organisations, schools and communities.
Since 2012, we have been part of a national network of Arts Council England-funded Bridge organisations. We deliver Arts Award and Artsmark in education settings, provide professional development training to support you in your work with children and young people, and produce resources, case studies, and research that paints a comprehensive picture of what’s happening across the South East.
We strive for equal access to life-changing arts and culture, for all children and young people. You can find out more about our mission, vision and values here.
The area we cover in our role as South East Bridge:
The Cultural Education Challenge
A call for the art, culture and education sectors to work together
We support Arts Council England’s Cultural Education Challenge: a call for arts, culture and education sectors to join together to offer an arts and cultural education for all children and young people, regardless of background or circumstance. As part of this work, we are supporting 13 local Cultural Education Partnerships in the South East. An update on all current Cultural Education Partnerships in the South East can be read here.
Not long into the Autumn term in 2017, Reading-based arts organisations Jelly and The Rock Academy
Date Created: 30th May 2018
Between May 2017 and February 2018, just over 700 children aged 5-11 took part in a project that
Date Created: 24th Apr 2018
Hampshire, Isle of Wight, Portsmouth and Southampton Schools Platinum Admiral Lord Nelson
Date Created: 19th Jun 2018
Our Artsmark and Arts Award Officers, Lisa and Andrea, recently visited three schools in the South
Date Created: 18th Jun 2018