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Create Space at Willesden Gallery

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Willesden Gallery is pleased to present Create Space, a multimedia exhibition concerned with showcasing the diversity of artist/makers working in the London borough of Brent. For this exhibition an assorted group of 13 artist members come together having created a very eclectic mix of work displaying: painting, sculpture, ceramics, collage, printmaking, lens-based still and moving images, and mixed media. While not being tied down to one theme or style this inclusive group exhibition focuses on Create Space Londons variety and wealth of creative activity.

The exhibition opens on December 6th to December 17th 2016.

Private View 9 December 6pm-9pm

The Gallery at The Library at Willesden Green 95 High Rd, London NW10 2SF

Monday to Friday 9am-8pm, Saturday and Sunday 10am-5pm

www.brent.gov.uk/lwg

Arts Award adviser training, York - January

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Develop young peoples creativity and reward achievement with Arts Award

Do you work with young people? Support their creative development with Arts Award. Train as an Arts Award adviser and learn everything you need to deliver these unique qualifications, enabling you to support children and young people aged up to 25. Arts Award is open to young people of all interests and backgrounds, and can be delivered within a variety of settings and timescales through any arts, cultural or media activity.

Arts Award Bronze and Silver training

Bronze Arts Award is a Level 1 qualification. Silver Arts Award is a Level 2 qualification. To deliver these levels, book your place on a one-day Bronze & Silver adviser training course. Training costs 190 per person*

Location: Hull 23/01/17

*Discount available on courses booked before 31stDecember 2016. Details at artsaward.org.uk/training

Arts Award adviser training, West Midlands - January

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Develop young peoples creativity and reward achievement with Arts Award

Do you work with young people? Support their creative development with Arts Award. Train as an Arts Award adviser and learn everything you need to deliver these unique qualifications, enabling you to support children and young people aged up to 25. Arts Award is open to young people of all interests and backgrounds, and can be delivered within a variety of settings and timescales through any arts, cultural or media activity.

Arts Award Discover and Explore training

Arts Award Explore is an Entry Level 3 qualification. Arts Award Discover is an introductory level. To deliver these levels, book your place on a half-day Discover & Explore adviser training course now. Training costs 140 per person*

Location: Birmingham 13/01/17

Arts Award Bronze and Silver training

Bronze Arts Award is a Level 1 qualification. Silver Arts Award is a Level 2 qualification. To deliver these levels, book your place on a one-day Bronze & Silver adviser training course. Training costs 190 per person*

Location: Birmingham 23/01/17

Arts Award Gold training

Arts Award Gold is a Level 3 qualification with valuable UCAS points attached. This course is for trainedBronze& Silver Arts Award advisers who want to top up their knowledge and skills to deliver at Gold level.To get started with Gold, book your place on a half-day Gold adviser training course.Training costs 125 per person*

Location: Birmingham 27/01/17

*Discount available on courses booked before 31stDecember 2016. Details at artsaward.org.uk/training

Arts Award adviser training, North West - January

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Develop young peoples creativity and reward achievement with Arts Award

Do you work with young people? Support their creative development with Arts Award. Train as an Arts Award adviser and learn everything you need to deliver these unique qualifications, enabling you to support children and young people aged up to 25. Arts Award is open to young people of all interests and backgrounds, and can be delivered within a variety of settings and timescales through any arts, cultural or media activity.

Arts Award Bronze and Silver training

Bronze Arts Award is a Level 1 qualification. Silver Arts Award is a Level 2 qualification. To deliver these levels, book your place on a one-day Bronze & Silver adviser training course. Training costs 190 per person*

Location: Liverpool 19/01/17

*Discount available on courses booked before 31stDecember 2016. Details at artsaward.org.uk/training

Arts Award adviser training, North East – January

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Develop young peoples creativity and reward achievement with Arts Award

Do you work with young people? Support their creative development with Arts Award. Train as an Arts Award adviser and learn everything you need to deliver these unique qualifications, enabling you to support children and young people aged up to 25. Arts Award is open to young people of all interests and backgrounds, and can be delivered within a variety of settings and timescales through any arts, cultural or media activity.

Arts Award Discover and Explore training

Arts Award Explore is an Entry Level 3 qualification. Arts Award Discover is an introductory level. To deliver these levels, book your place on a half-day Discover & Explore adviser training course now. Training costs 140 per person*

Locations:

Middlesbrough 18/01/17

Morpeth 26/01/17

*Discount available on courses booked before 31stDecember 2016. Details at artsaward.org.uk/training

Family Arts Conference 2017 tickets released

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Early Bird tickets are now available for the 2017 Family Arts Conference.

Wednesday 15 March
St Georges Bristol and Watershed, Bristol

Early Bird tickets available until 31st Jan for just 99 + VAT.

A major cross-artform event exploring age, diversity and inclusion in family arts.

Chief Executive of Arts Council England, Darren Henley will join us to welcome arts professionals from across the UK to learn and share best practice in working with families.

Further programme details to be released soon but highlights will include:

  • UK & international perspectives on welcoming older people as part of the family experience
  • New insights on arts-based approaches to inclusion and diversity
  • Findings from new research on family audiences and participation from Arts Council England and others
  • Exciting new developments announced on the Family Arts Campaigns plans to support the sector

So many interesting things: hearing about a range of offers for families was very useful.
It allowed time to think and understand how families perceive our offer lots of food for thought.
I will keep this inspiration with me when looking at my own upcoming collaborations.
Delegates, 2015 Family Arts Conference

Book your place here

The Family Arts Conference is sponsored bySpektrixand Supercool.
Family Arts Campaign is supported using public funding fromArts Council England.


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