Primary Arts Coordinator CPD

How to develop your role and improve skills, progression and quality as part of school improvement in and through the Arts. Date: 23 May 2018 Time: 1.00 – 4.30pm Venue: Midlands Arts Centre (MAC), Cannon Hill Park, Birmingham, B12 9QH Cost: FREE. But booking is necessary to secure your place. Birmingham Education Partnership and Arts Connect…

Arts Connect Presents: Young People’s Cultural Journeys

Sharing our Insights and Understanding of Young People Today and their Varied Journeys to Engagement in Arts and Culture Calling all artists, arts organisations, museums, heritage sites, librarians, musicians, Music Hubs, archivists, film makers, science and arts specialists, researchers, activists, teachers and youth workers. If you work with children and young people in the arts…

Emerge Festival Corby: Artists Blog

    So, it is that time of the project where festival planning is well underway. Exciting times indeed. However, it goes without saying that there are a million and one questions floating around. Will everything slot together perfectly? Will we have enough audience members? Will people enjoy it? Do we have too much content?…

Emerge Festival Tamworth: Artists Blog

Things are well underway in Tamworth as we edge closer and closer to festival day. All our LAB groups have decided on what they will be showing and are now working hard to get scripts written, choreography finalised, and lines learnt. In our Community LAB, Phoenix Youth Theatre are working on a variety of Shakespeare…

Emerge Festival Walsall: Artists Blog

It’s certainly been a busy start to the year with both the Lab at Ormiston Shelfield Academy and Walsall Arboretum/Deaf People’s centre working incredibly hard on short pieces for our EMERGE festival. The first news is that we have a festival title – since we are performing in the arboretum, the young people have selected…

Emerge Festival Spalding: Artists Blog

Before Christmas, The Priory and Youth Takeover groups met for the first time at South Holland Centre, and teamed up to create a makeshift sensory world using a plethora of materials, sounds and textures for the senses. There were sparkles and shimmers for the forest floor, flickers of colour, floating, fluffy clouds and hanging stars.…