Artsmark Partnership Programme Training - Swindon
Artsmark Partnership Programme Training
This half day event will comprise of an Artsmark Partnership Programme Briefing, (compulsory for Arts and Culture Organisations who would like to become Artsmark Partners) as well as discussion on Arts Award, and the Arts Council's Quality Principles. The session will be full of practical delivery tips to support your future work with young people and education settings. There will also be the opportunity for networking and plenty of tea.
Please find below more information on the Arts Council's newly launched Partnership Programme.
What is the Artsmark Partnership Programme?
The Artsmark Partnership Programme (referred to as Artsmark Champions in the development phase) is an Arts Council England endorsed network of arts and cultural organisations that can support education settings on their Artsmark journey to embed arts and culture across the curriculum.
How can Partners support Artsmark settings?
Each Artsmark Partner will have their own offers for schools and education settings that may include Continued Professional Development opportunities for staff, digital resources or workshops linked to the curriculum for students, as well as visits to exhibitions and performances. Some of these offers may be one off, stand-alone sessions, others may be part of a longer-term project. Artsmark Partners will also be able to signpost settings to other arts and cultural organisations that could add value to their Artsmark journey.
The Artsmark Partner logo offers reassurance to settings that the organisation understands the requirements and process of the Artsmark Award and that they will adhere to the Code of Practice of the programme.
Why join the Artsmark Partnership Programme?
Are you an arts and cultural organisation that can offer Artsmark Schools opportunities to enhance their provision? Here’s why you should join:
Engage and build new audiences through schools and families
Support to map your current offer against Artsmark criteria
A framework to support development of your CYP offer and respond to the Cultural Education Challenge
Gain a better understanding of the needs and priorities of education settings
Develop deeper, longer term relationships with education settings
Contribute to, and benefit from, signposting and sharing of best practice with like-minded organisations
How do you join the Artsmark Partnership Programme?
Joining is free! All you need to do is book onto a Artsmark Partnership Programme briefing session like this. There are four across the South West in Plymouth, Gloucester, Taunton and Salisbury. Once you have attended a session The Arts Council will then send you an Artsmark Partner logo and a Code of Practice, outlining expectations of how Partners will engage with settings.
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