ARTS has been a strategic partner to the aerospace industry for 15 years, supporting companies throughout Europe to optimise their business processes for production and personnel. 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).
Funding of between £50,000 and £150,000 per year is available for up to 3 years within six geographical clusters (West Midlands Urban, London East, Tees Valley & Sunderland, Bristol & Somerset, Eastern Counties and Liverpool City Region), will need to have a strong track record of delivering services to young people aged 10-18 (up to 25 if disabled) and have an annual income in the region of £300,000 to £2 million.
Alongside Paul Camic, Victoria Tischler and Norma Daykin I had the opportunity to share some of the work of Dementia & Imagination artist Penny Klepuszewska – (which when you see/hear it – I think you’ll agree – is profound)…but alongside the effervescent poet Gary Glazner, it was the honest, intelligent and heartfelt presentation of Larry Gardiner from Oxfordshire Advocates who blasted the delegates with his reality check.
The purpose of the Bella Vista Arts & Crafts Fair is to raise funds for the PTSA, which sponsors scholarships, provides funds for the library, campus beautification, student activities, and much, much more. BIG thanks go to each & every one of you who has reminded me countless times to get this info up online. The next deadline for applications to the Arts Award Access Fund is the 21st October 2016. Anna Reyner is a nationally recognized arts advocate who is dedicated to helping people get in touch with their own creativity. This year, Simon (age 8) is working through Sonlight’s Language Arts 3. I love the collection of readers included in this program.
The Faculty of Arts is celebrating the success of six research projects which have been awarded $3.2 million in the latest Marsden Fund round. The opportunity to meet leaders in arts education from across the country provides current and valuable advice that has helped shape the way I approach my work. As such, the arts are a physical manifestation of the internal creative impulse.