What is Arts Award?
Arts Award is a range of unique qualifications that support anyone aged up to 25 to grow as artists and arts leaders, inspiring them to connect with and take part in the wider arts world through setting personal challenges in art forms of their choice - from fashion to film making, pottery to poetry.
Offered at five different levels (Discover, Explore, Bronze, Silver & Gold), young people get to:
discover the enjoyment of participating in any art form
develop their creativity, communication and leadership skills
learn new skills and share them with others
get to work with or experience the work of creative arts professionals
gain experience and knowledge to progress into further education and employment
To find out more please visit artsaward.org.uk
PHACE & ARTS AWARD
With thanks to funding from Peterborough Music Education Hub PHACE is able to support the growth and development of Arts Award across the city by offering bespoke advice and consultation to schools, youth organisations and cultural organisations seeking to explore and embed the programme within their settings.
…keen to find out more about Arts Award – what it involves, the benefits to your young people, how you can train as an adviser?
…trained as an Arts Award Adviser but looking for support and suggestions for kick-starting activity in your school/setting or help mapping it across existing activities?
…looking for constructive input into your current Arts Award delivery?
… seeking opportunity to share good practice and resources and to meet others delivering Arts Award in the area?
Get in touch here to see how PHACE can help you!
Freelance practitioner and Arts Award consultant
Rosy has a broad range of experience across the arts education sector having worked as an art teacher, youth arts development officer, workshop facilitator and creative learning project manager. She is passionate about the role that creativity and the arts have to play in unlocking potential and facilitating wellbeing.
She is an experienced trainer, moderator and consultant for Arts Award on behalf of Trinity College London and is currently working with PHACE on a freelance basis to support the growth and development of Arts Award across the city.