Arts Award has been supporting the development of creativity and leadership skills for all young people for 15 years. Arts Award has championed creativity, nurtured talent and offered insights into the arts world, together with a taste of creative careers.Across the UK there are over 4,000 centres and an impressive 521,455 Award achieved. That's a LOT of Gold, Silver, Bronze, Explore and Discover Arts Award's over the years!
So, what are we doing to celebrate?
Celebrating15 years of Arts Award
- The Arts Award blog is celebrating the contribution of organisations who have made Arts Award an important part of their arts offer. Read posts from Bodmin College,Formby High School and Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra with more coming soon – or put your centre forward to be featured later this year
- Head of Arts Award, Catherine Sercombe explores the early days of Arts Award and what’s on offer this academic year.
- Follow #ArtsAward15 on Twitter for updates
- Arts Award case studies and alumni stories: We'll be featuring Arts Award stories from those who completed their Arts Award up to fifteen years ago and those who are currently participating.
What you can do to celebrate
- Tell us what you're up to! Whether you're with an organisation, an adviser, a current Arts Award participant or alumni, we want to hear from you. Get in touch with [email protected].
- Share your Arts Award updates on social media with us using #ArtsAward15 and follow @Voicemaguk on Twitter and @Voicemaguk on Instagram and @ArtsAward on Twitter.
- Register as an Arts Award adviser! Arts Award are encouraging and supporting advisers to offer Gold in the 2020/21 academic year. Watch out for more information coming up on the Arts Award Blog.
Announcing the winners of #LoveArtsAward15
Announcing the lucky winners and runners up for the #LoveArtsAward15 competition, with thanks to judge and Arts Award alumni, Phoebe Hill.
To celebrate Arts Award's 15th birthday we ran a competition to celebrate your creative responses to your love for art! You got your paints, cameras, voices and dancing feet ready and you took to the challenge to #LoveArtsAward15. View all the winning entries here >>
Interviews with Arts Award alumni
Throughout the autumn we'll be publishing interviews with Arts Award alumni who completed their award up to 15 years ago as part of our Where Are They Now series.
We catch up with Tarryne Wills who completed her Bronze Arts Award back in 2009 at Poole Arts Centre and her Silver Arts Award at Poole High School in 2012. Tarryne is currently working as a Production Coordinator for television. Find out what else Tarryne has been up to and how Arts Award has helped her.
Where are they now? with Bhavesh Jadva
Bhavesh Jadva was one of the founder editors of Voice, when doing his Arts Award way back when. He now works as a Junior Researcher at Potato, ITV Studios, in factual television.
Where are they now? with Emrys Green
We catch up with Business & Projects Manager for Upstart Projects, Emrys Green who completed his Silver Arts Award in 2006 with Theatre Royal in Bury St Edmunds. Read more.
Tell us how you're celebrating
We'd love to feature interviews and stories from those who are celebrating Arts Awards 15th year. If that's you get in touch with Arts Editor [email protected] or send us a DM on Voice mag Twitter or Instagram. Share your photos and videos with us too!
DID YOUR ARTS AWARD <15 YEARS AGO?
WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU. We want to talk to people who completed their Arts Award in the first 10 years between 2006-2015. We’d love to know what you did next and what you’re up to now. Did Arts Award help you, whatever career you're following?
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
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.