We want to celebrate 2019 with you!

Make sure you don't miss out on the TrinityTalent | Class of 2019 deadline on Friday 13th December. If you haven't yet nominated a young person who has shown excellence in either artistic achievement, creativity, progress or leadership over the last year, you still have time. You can read about the impact that Trinity Talent has on young artists here, in our interview with Jasmine

In the meantime, we want to celebrate the end of this fantastic year - and decade - with you! Together with our community of interviewers, reviewers, arts career pursuers, why not get stuck in and write about what 2019 has meant to you. 

If you're about to dive into your Arts Award,  visit our Bronze hub, Silver hub or Gold hub for tips, tricks and inspiration so you can take a running jump into your award. If you’ve finished your Arts Award then we would really love to see your work, so please do sharefar and wide. Get involved, join the conversation and learn something new about this captivating world of art. On behalf of the team, we look forward to your contributions and can’t wait to see what you have in store.

Sienna James, Arts Award Editor, sienna@voicemag.uk


Try out new things and make your own art

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Grow as an artist, get real experience in the arts world, then run your own project from beginning to end

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How Do I Get Going?

You need to find yourself an Arts Award centre and work with an Arts Award adviser. You can also follow us for more tips online

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What's It Worth?

Arts Awards are qualifications. They look good on your CV and can help you into college. You create a portfolio of work to take to interviews.

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