What is Bronze Arts Award?
Up for trying new things in the arts? Give Bronze a go. Find out more...
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WHAT DO YOU DO?
PART A: Explore the arts as a participant
Learn some new art skills…dance, music, poetry, fashion, digital. Whatever you're into, just have a go.
PART B: Explore the arts as an audience member and share your views of what you thought. You could go to an art exhibition, a theatre show, a music gig or a film, your choice!
PART C: Arts inspiration is your chance to research an artist who inspires you and find out about them and their artwork.
PART D: Share your arts skills with your friends or family.
Create an Arts Award portfolio to record your work and your progress. This could be a sketchbook, film, Powerpoint or website. Check out these digital portfolios for ideas
HOW DO I GET STARTED?
Find an Arts Award adviser to support you and assess your work. Ask your school or local arts organisation if they’re already an Arts Award centre. Otherwise, search the Arts Award Centre Map to find a centre in your area.
Register here on Voice and you'll get access to our Bronze Hub which gives you step-by-step guidance and lots of handy tips and how-to guides to help you along the way.
NEED SOME HELP?
- Contact the Arts Award Helpdesk at Trinity College London
- Ping us a question here at Arts Award Voice on [email protected]
- We are a remote Arts Award centre so we might be able to help if you can’t find an adviser
Bronze Arts Award is a Level 1 qualification on the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF), which means it's recognised nationally and looks good on your CV! It can help you gain new skills such as communication, problem solving, teamwork and creativity
Bronze will take you about 60 hours to complete and you can do it intensively as part of a project or fit it in over several months alongside the rest of your life.
Take a look at Bronze Stories to find out what other people did.