Paige Mullin, Silver Arts Award achiever

"I found the new experiences that came with skill learning to be the most valuable, as I learned how to direct people around me and to increase my teamwork and leadership skills, which will be valuable in the future."

Paige Mullin, Silver Arts Award achiever

What levels of Arts Award did you do?

I completed the Silver award. 

What art forms did you take part in?

I explored the acting and performing side of the arts.

What events did you go to?

I watched Bodyguard the Musical, Les Miserable the Musical, and School of Rock the Musical. All the performances were amazing and I would definitely recommend them!

How did you share skills or lead projects?

I participated in a drama club at school and directed a piece of horror for my school's Halloween performance.

What kind of portfolio did you create? 

I created a folder full of my evidence and work I produced over the year.

What was most valuable to you personally?

I found the new experiences that came with skill learning to be the most valuable, as I learned how to direct people around me and to increase my teamwork and leadership skills, which will be valuable in the future.

What did you find inspiring?

I found the events that I watched the most inspiring, as it showed me the range of opportunities that are available in the creative arts world and how I can apply that to my own work.

What was challenging?

The thing I found most challenging was putting together my folder and finding the right way to fully showcase all the work I had accomplished.

What are you going to do next – and has Arts Award helped you?

I am planning to do my Gold Arts Award this year and doing Silver has helped me as I know what to expect and how much work is required and what I must do to achieve this.

How did you get involved with Arts Award?

I found out through my school's drama department and decided to give it a go!

Who gave you the most help and inspiration?

My GCSE Drama teacher gave me the most help throughout the experience.

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