Arts Award FREE Rotherham Information Session

Start:
October 11, 2012 3:30 pm
End:
October 11, 2012 5:00 pm
Venue:
Drama Studio
Address:
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Westgate Chambers, Rotherham, South Yorkshire, United Kingdom, S60 1AN

CapeUK would like to invite you to our FREE Arts Award Information session. At this event our experts will be outlining what the Arts Award has to offer, showcasing case studies from across the region and providing an opportunity for you to find out the benefits and how to embed Arts Award into your organisation.

When: Thursday 11th October 2012
Time: 3.30pm – 5.00pm
Where:   Open Minds Theatre Company,
ROAR Arts Space, Westgate Chambers, Rotherham,
S60 1AN

Arts Award is a national accredited qualification which supports young people (7-25).  Arts Award is offered at 5 levels, 4 of which are accredited on the Qualification Credits Framework.  The award fosters communication and leadership skills and helps to prepare young people for further education and employment. Arts Award embraces a wide range of arts genres from opera to DJ-ing including backstage and technical, as well as embracing all cultural interests and backgrounds.

RSVP: Places are limited, please confirm your attendance by e-mailing name of attendees, organisation, e-mail addresses and telephone number to Dan@capeuk.org or call 0845 450 3700

Arts Award is managed by Trinity College London in association with Arts Council England working with the 10 regional Bridge Organisations.

Since 2006, CapeUK have been responsible for the management and advocacy of Arts Award in the Yorkshire and Humberside regions. From April 2012, CapeUK started to operate as part of a national network of 10 Bridge Organisations, funded by Arts Council England to use their experience and expertise to regionally connect children and young people, schools and communities with art and culture.

A key strand to this work is the regional advocacy of Artsmark (a national quality mark programme supported by DFE, DCMS and OFSTED) – Arts Award is now a fundamental part of Artsmark – schools and settings must be either offering the Arts Award or have clear plans to do so.

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