The Reykjavík School of Visual Arts, founded in 1947, is a non-profit organisation operated by artists and designers. School is where I found my most loyal, kind and generous supporters, and I can only hope that my friends could say the same about me. And it is again teachers and the school who inculcate the necessity of finding great friends in life, by assigning study partners, making us share our benches and basically teaching us a lesson in having an open mind.
The fund aims to support organisation in the West Midlands; London East; Tees Valley & Sunderland; Bristol & Somerset; Eastern Counties; and Liverpool City who provide front-line open access youth services in disadvantaged communities for young people aged 10-18 (up to 25 for young people with disabilities).
Agnes Arnold-Forster (Kings College London) explains the connections made between cancers and manhood in the nineteenth century, while Dr Ian Banks (President of the European Men’s Health Forum) will look at how understanding men and cancer is a public health concern today.
The goal of the summit was for work groups to develop a road map of alignment, pathways, dual enrollment and engagement that prepares East County high school students for college and a career, removing any speed bumps that might be in the way. Our academic curriculum offers a full range of course selections in the areas of mathematics, sciences, languages and social sciences, while giving you the flexibility to be fully engaged in your arts major. To be eligible to apply, the lead applicant needs to be Arts Council funded, or have presented work to the public through ACE programmes. Every week, until 26th February 2017, the Fund will be looking to help local community groups, schools and charities across the UK and Ireland by awarding five £300 cash awards a week. Construction on these projects concluded in time for students’ arrival on the first day of school.
Priority will be given to centres that: are working with young people for whom access and inclusion is an issue and who will use the grant to support them to pilot, embed or develop their Arts Award work with these groups. The Art School is committed to providing high levels of contact teaching time with active professionals. To develop in young people the appreciation, discrimination, analysis, and participation skills necessary to become lifelong consumers of the arts. Topics discussed in brief presentations include School Safety, Internet Safety, Current Drug Trends, and Pedestrian Safety. The School invites you to host your event at the beautiful Mexican Heritage Plaza.