Thank you for your interest in becoming an Arts Award Supporter. Welcome to the Arts Award community!
When you register your organisation, the details will be public on the Arts Award Supporter map. We therefore ask you to provide a public email address (we suggest education@ or help@ rather than an individual’s details), phone number and postal address, and most importantly a link to a page on your website where you present your Arts Award offer. You will not get much business if you simply provide your homepage so please choose the most appropriate webpage (such as a your education page) or create one which refers to Arts Award. We have good examples here .
Trinity promotes Supporters to Arts Award centres through the Arts Award Supporter map, through Arts Award training and support and via Bridges’ regional networks. You will also need to promote your offer direct to centres and we offer plenty of advice about how to do that.
Ready to go? Please complete the simple details in the form on the right. Please note that by submitting the registration form you are signing up to the Arts Award Supporter Terms and conditions, we recommend you read these before submitting as they cover your responsibilities as a Supporter.
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Arts Award is a range of unique qualifications that supports anyone aged up to 25 to grow as artists and arts leaders, inspiring them to connect with and take part in the wider arts world through taking challenges in an art form - from fashion to digital art, pottery to poetry.
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Arts Award Discover is an introductory award open to children and young people aged up to 25.
To achieve an Arts Award Discover, children and young people collect evidence in an individual arts log of their experiences.
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Whether you're an arts organisation, museum, independent practitioner or youth theatre. Arts Award can help you attract young people and support them to develop both creative and leadership skills.
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