Celebrating 15 years of Arts Award

Can you believe Arts Award is in its 15th year?! To help Arts Award celebrate we're looking for stories from those who completed their Arts Award around 10 to 15 years ago. Get in touch

Celebrating 15 years of Arts Award

The first series of Arts Award happened in 2006 which means it's now entering its 15th year. That's a LOT of Gold, Silver, Bronze, and Discover Arts Award qualifications over the years. Let's celebrate! 

Arts competition for Arts Award 15 

In September 2020 we'll be launching a competition to invite you to get creative and make something spectacular in response to your love for art! Get your paints, cameras, voices or dancing feet ready as we'll be asking you to make something spectacular in response to your love for art! The competition will run on social media and will require you to make a 15 second snippet on audio or video of your art. 

Watch this space for updates and the full competition brief. 

Arts Award 15 yearsInterviews with Arts Award alumni

DID YOUR ARTS AWARD 15 YEARS AGO? WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU!

We want to talk to people who completed their Arts Award between 2006 to 2008! We’d love to know what you’re up to, where you’ve been, how your artistic practice is going, or what career you're in. If that's you, or someone you know, get in touch for a feature on Voice magazine and a hello from Trinity College London. 

More Arts Award

If you're doing your Arts Award at home, check out our Bronze, Silver and Gold hubs for support and advice on what to do, or our Culture at Home Voicebox for arts interviews and inspiration. 

Arts Award alumni? Check out our keeping in touch newsletter 2020 for the latest career advice, interviews and industry news to continue making waves with your career. Or join the Arts Award Voice Community hub for access to alumni benefits and discounts. 

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Nici West

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Nici is the Arts Editor for Voice. She loves all things books, theatre, music, art, visiting other countries, anything creative, and sometimes attempts to make YouTube videos. Alongside Voice she writes and edits through her own pursuits.You can occasionally find her running marathons dressed as a black dog.

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