Young people abroad attracted to culture and Shakespeare in UK

1 August 2014

The UK’s cultural offering is the country’s most appealing feature for young people visiting from abroad, according to a new survey by the British Council.

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Young people abroad attracted to culture and Shakespeare in UK

More than a third of 18 to 34 year olds from Brazil, China, Germany India and the US that were surveyed said that culture “particularly contributed” to making the UK attractive. This was revealed in a survey published this week by the British Council. Read more

To read the report go here

GCSE and A Level reform

Check out the latest updates on the work the Cultural Learning Alliance has been doing on Arts GCSEs and A Levels. Read more

Toolkit offers new ways to be creative with data

A free online resource for arts and cultural organisations looking to be creative with data has been launched by Arts Council England National portfolio organisation Knowle West Media Centre. Read more

Kids in Museums Teen Workshop and New Youth Panel Workshops announced

Would you like more teenagers choosing to visit your museum or gallery? Want to invite them into your gang but don’t know where to start? Come and join this teen workshop

The Geffrye Museum’s Youth Advisory Panel have created a useful tool in partnership with Kids in Museums, How to set up a Youth Panel leaflet. To take this forward they are running a practical workshop which will provide valuable tips and resources transferable for any museum or gallery. Book now

Download Teen and Youth Panel Workshop Invitation

T-shirt design competition for young people

A competition is offering young people who under 26 living in England and Scotland the opportunity to design a slogan and/or image for a T-shirt. Young people could see their work exhibited at the Unlimited Festival at the Southbank Centre in September. For more information download the PDF below.

Download Inspiring futures through creativity- t-shirts


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