Malorie Blackman: how my Project Remix will tap into teen creativity
The children’s laureate talks about her brilliant final major campaign while she wears her laureate crown – it’s called Project Remix. Read more
Theatres and galleries are not classrooms, so why do we treat them as if they were?
Should arts organizations try to fit into educational practices or embrace their own worth asks Anna Cutler of Tate. Read more
Rise of Initial Teacher Training places for arts subjects
There has been a large rise in the number of teacher training places for specialist arts teachers in Dance, Drama, Design and Technology and Art and Design. Read more
BFI Film Academy
The BFI is looking for 25 of the most talented and committed young writers living in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland to take part in an intensive residential training programme that could kick-start a career in the film industry. Read more
Kurt Jackson Teacher
Private View - Wednesday 3rd December 2014 at the Horniman Museum
Enjoy a private view of and introduction to the new Kurt Jackson River exhibition, explore the Museum's extensive handling collection and find out about how it can support art education and be inspired by students’ art projects related to the Museum. Read more
Can Artists Add Anything to the Early Years Sector?
A reflection session for artists and arts organisations: thinking beyond traditional forms of delivery. If Early Years settings are already creative why do the arts still matter? We know that they do but we need artists to come together and develop their thoughts on how and why. Book now
Annual Conference 2015 - Building a Creative Nation: The Next Decade
Tickets are on sale now for our sixth conference and ten-year anniversary celebration, taking place on 5 March 2015 at The Backstage Centre. Book now