A enjoyable, thought provoking and creatively productive day for experienced early years professionals and practitioners.
Learn how to analyse your charity using NPC’s practical guide
Creative approaches to engage boys in singing!
Monday 25 November 2013, 9.30 - 17.00
Foundling Museum, 40 Brunswick Square, London WC1N 1AZ
This seminar for colleagues working in museums, galleries, visual arts and heritage venues provides Arts Award adviser training for Arts Award Discover, the introductory award designed for children age 5 plus, and Explore, an Entry Level 3 qualification designed for ages 7 plus.
Art and artists are the focus of the event with debate merging with performances, films, music, improvisations, readings, and artists’ interventions at every turn. Surf your way through stands, stalls, installations and happenings celebrating the work of some of our most significant artists.
The British Museum is hosting the Age Collective conference aimed at addressing the question "How can museums and galleries, in partnership with other sectors, work more effectively with and for older people in their communities?"
Places are going quickly for the next Would Like To Meet..., our hugely popular music networking event.
FREE Creative Networking & Arts Sampling Event for Teachers and Librarians in South East London
Sound Connections workshop for early years singing.
Westminster Arts and The Cockpit are presenting a week of live arts, workshops and debate focusing on arts and wellbeing this November.
Time for TEA, our national symposium on 9 November, is for educators and artists to debate "how can we promote the importance of visual literacy?"
A day offering tips on effective song teaching without the use of written music from Sound Connections.
Arts Admin Sweatshop: a discursive and practical workshop looking at making participatory work.
Southbank and charity Good Vibrations celebrate 10 years of Gamelan in Crminal Justice
A seminar which aims to provide an early opportunity to discuss the content and implementation of the National Plan for Cultural Education.
Want to find out how you can use Bow Arts artist studios and Nunnery
Gallery as a learning resource? Sign up for our free CPD session.
A Free Workshop with the BBC Singers & Free Performance
A course for music practitioners to help support and promote singing at KS1 and KS2, with Sue Nicholls.
A course designed to help music specialists support and promote singing at KS1 and KS2, led by Sue Nicholls.
A Sound Connection session with Joyce Moholoagae and Paul Bartholomew from Mbawula.