Latest posts tagged as young people

Museums Director John Orna-Ornstein blogs about why early experiences in museums matter, and looks forward to the Kids in Museums Twitter Takeover Day tomorrow.

Conisborough School - Museum of London

John Orna-Ornstein on 19 Aug 2015

Our Chief Executive Darren Henley blogs about his week of giving speeches and the importance of investing in cultural education.

Writer, illustrator and new Children's Laureate Chris Riddell. Photo: Tom Pilston

Darren Henley on 12 Jun 2015

Pass It On is a short film by Company of Angels, with a ‘target audience’ of children at primary schools – though hopefully everyone can enjoy it. We made it for the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC), and it is distributed through YouTube.

Adam Barnard on 14 Nov 2012

One of Arts Council’s five long term strategic goals is focussed on children and young people. A key priority within this is 'raising the standard work produced by, with and for children and young people'. This is inherently challenging, it raises many issues such as ownership, authenticity, purpose, and who defines ‘excellent’.

lauragh on 29 Oct 2012 5 comments

This Thursday young people from across England will come together at the Sage Gateshead to reflect, discuss and debate the quality principles of the artistic experiences they have taken part in. The event is the next step in a wider project being undertaken by Arts Council England that hopes to develop a shared approach for the Arts Council and arts and culture organisations to understand and compare the quality of work by, with and for children and young people.

jamesmb on 29 Oct 2012