Crafts Council launches ‘Crafts in Artsmark Schools’ free package of support to ensure that craft and making is part of every Artsmark journey.

The Crafts Council is proud to support Artsmark, Arts Council England’s creative quality standard for schools. The Crafts Council’s vision is that every child has a chance to discover their practical abilities, develop their creative talents, and become a maker of the future. As an Artsmark Partner, we support schools working towards Artsmark, as well…

Birmingham Hippodrome: Creative Conversations, Mishal Husain & Catherine Mallyon

Join colleagues in the creative industries for a new series of thought-provoking lunchtime conversations. In association with West Midlands Growth Company, Creative Conversations explore the role of the creative industries in urban place-making, regeneration, education and employment. Launching on 11 June at 12 noon, come to the Hippodrome, Birmingham, for an invigorating lunchtime conversation between…

Using the Arts to Develop Emotional Health and Wellbeing in Primary Schools (KS2)

Free Workshop Walsall Cultural Education Partnership with: Creative Health CiC, Walsall Public Health, Walsall Council and Arts Connect Date: 25 June 2018 Time: 3.30-5.30pm Venue: Forest Arts, Walsall Who For: Black Country teachers and Teaching Assistants Cost: Free Children’s emotional health and wellbeing is directly linked to learning. School based programmes of social and emotional…

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…