Archived News

20/07/2021

6 more days to apply!

15/04/2021

Representation in Drama project are asking teachers to fill in a consultation survey by 31 March 2021 to ensure that they the different contexts within which schools are working, the challenges that teachers face, and concerns about choosing texts by global majority writers and creating an anti-racist curriculum.

15/04/2021

The CLA is asking freelancers and colleagues working in organisations to fill in a short survey about roles in cultural learning, contracts and redundancies by the 30 April.

15/04/2021

On 30 March the Department for Education (DfE) published Summer Schools Guidance which forms part of the funding announced in February as part of their Recovery package for children.

13/04/2021

One year on from the beginning of the pandemic, The Big Freelancer Report maps the problems facing the freelance workforce and makes practical recommendations for change.

This report was created by an independent group of performing arts freelancers, supported by Freelancers Make Theatre Work and funded by Arts Council England.

12/04/2021

Let’s Create, ACE's strategy for the next ten years, describes the vision that, by 2030, England will be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences.

12/04/2021

A free recorded talk from Tim Prentki and Salvo Pitruzzella from ICAF-8. Exploring the future of community art and what current developments in art therapy and neuroscience could contribute to strengthening its legitimacy.

Tim is well known as an applied performance scholar and cofounder of the theatre and development programme at Winchester University. Salvo is Professor of Art Education at the Palermo Fine Arts Academy and a pioneer of dramatherapy in Italy with over twenty-five years of experience working in mental health, education, and social care.

22/03/2021

Number of creative freelancers in work fell by 38,000 in 2020, research from the Centre for Cultural Value.

22/03/2021

If you are a lone practitioner or an arts or cultural organisation this free downloadable resource, and podcasts can help you consider arts and culture on prescription (social prescribing).

22/03/2021

Free one-to-one artist support sessions have reopened for those working in contemporary performance in the UK.

18/03/2021

Applications are now open from £3,000 to £5million.

18/03/2021

Dancing Ahead is a weekly creative dance programme supporting young people aged 10-14 years at risk of low resilience or poor mental health.

18/03/2021

Apply for up to £600 to visit Culture Mile’s amazing cultural venues.

11/03/2021

The course offers unparalleled access to industry and training expertise whilst artists can develop their skills in a fully accessible training environment.

Deadline: 1st July 2021

04/03/2021

The RinD project aims to address systemic imbalances in KS3, GCSE and A level drama, and support intersectional anti-racism work happening in UK schools, theatres and theatre companies.

01/03/2021

Due to Covid-19 restrictions much of the festival will be taking place online or behind closed doors but there are still loads of great ways local young people can get involved.

01/03/2021

Shadow Heroes and the Poetry Translation Centre have partnered to deliver collaborative poetry translation workshops for Key Stage 4 or 5 pupils in two Lewisham schools.

01/03/2021

A project from Talk About Art for KS2 pupils.

01/03/2021

Jenny Cameron, Open Drama UK Champion, shares her tips for teaching drama on zoom.

01/03/2021

The Black Curriculum is a social enterprise that aims to deliver black British history all across the UK.