Arts Award Resources

for the British Art Show 9 Learning Programme: West Midlands

As part of the British Art Show 9 (BAS9) learning program Arts Connect have worked with Illustration students from the University of Wolverhampton, Dan and India, to create a unique Arts Award Discover map and Bronze Arts Award logbook that will guide young people on their Arts Award journeys. The map and logbook include information needed to work towards a Discover or Bronze Arts Award and have been beautifully designed using visual elements from British Art Show 9 and the city of Wolverhampton.

These resources are free to download and use with young people to explore British Art Show 9, express their creativity and gain Arts Award accreditation (contact Becky at R.Thompson6@wlv.ac.uk if you are not an Arts Award Adviser or would like to find out more.)

Find out more about how Dan and India created the BAS9 Arts Award resources here:

BLOG: British Art Show 9; Collaboration and Unity

This British Art Show 9 Arts Award Discover map can be used to guide young people on their Arts Award journey. By completing the resource while undertaking the creative activities that make up Arts Award Discover criteria young people can gain their Arts Award Discover certificates when working with an Arts Award Adviser. If you have any questions, are not linked to an Arts Award Adviser or would like to access free hard copies of the BAS9 Arts Award Discover map contact Becky at R.Thompson6@wlv.ac.uk

This British Art Show 9 Bronze Arts Award logbook can be used to record evidence that shows young people’s Bronze Arts Award journey. The guidance provided will support young people to work towards their Bronze Arts Award and will be used by the young person’s Arts Award Adviser to ensure the award criteria has been completed. If you have any questions, are not linked to an Arts Award Adviser or would like to access free hard copies of the BAS9 Bronze Arts Award logbook contact Becky at R.Thompson6@wlv.ac.uk