This event will bring together leaders in Arts Award and Local Cultural Education Partnerships in South East London to discuss the impact Arts Award has on children, young people and current education priorities.
Date: 9 July 2020
South East London is home to several emerging Cultural Education Partnerships, established music hubs, library and youth services and more than fifty National Portfolio Organisations all seeking to develop opportunities for children and young people to participate in the arts.
This afternoon will bring together leaders in Arts Award and Local Cultural Education Partnerships (LCEPs) to strengthen links between these groups and provide a forum to explore how the impact on young people of Arts Award can contribute to the emerging and impending educational priorities as a result of Covid-19.
In the light of ACEs recent research into LCEPs, and the current crisis, we want to:
Actively highlight and encourage work being done by Cultural Education Partnerships
Consider how LCEPs, schools and the cultural sector can respond collectively to emerging and impending educational priorities
Debate how undertaking Arts Award might positively contribute to emerging educational issues
Share practice and success stories
Hear more about the network and influence what it does
Speaking at the event will be Maria Thomas, Hertfordshire Cultural Education Partnership Lead, on how HCEP have been responding to shifting educational priorities and how Arts Award might be used going forward.
Chloe Randall, Programmes Manager, A New Direction will join us to discuss online Arts Award delivery and Discover at Home.
Julie Norburn, Managing Director, Art4Space will speak of their Arts Award in a Box project.
The event will take place via video conferencing. You will receive a link prior to the event.
This event is for anyone delivering, supporting or considering Arts Award and/or involved in LCEPs in Bexley, Bromley, Croydon, Greenwich, Lambeth, Lewisham or Southwark.
If you would like to share work that you have been doing using Arts Award during lockdown at the meeting, we’d love to hear from you. Get in touch with email@example.com.
The South East London Arts Award Network is supported by Lewisham Education Arts Network and Royal Borough of Greenwich and funded by A New Direction. Meetings have focused on issues as diverse as Mental Health and Well-being, Creative Careers and Special Educational Needs and bring together experts and practitioners to explore the ways in which the Arts Award can support wider goals in cultural and creative education.