Artsmark Partnership Programme Briefings – Free and Happening Near You!
As Bridge organisation for the south west, we at the Real Ideas Organisation are as enthusiastic as I’m sure you are to make sure that children and young people across the region have access to excellent art, museums and libraries.
With any luck, you might also know of Artsmark, an Arts Council creation; the only creative quality standard for schools and education settings in England. Through Artsmark, we want to make sure that as many schools as possible in this country are providing their pupils with a great, varied and creative education, but they can’t do it on their own. That’s where you, and the Artsmark Partnership Programme, come in!
Becoming an Artsmark Partner instantly connects you to a network of schools that place great importance on the arts, as well as a whole host of like-minded cultural organisations. It is a great way of potentially generating revenue, as every Artsmark school is told the importance of working with arts organisations to provide their pupil’s with real-world experience and chances to work with actual people who’ve made a career through the arts. Becoming an Artsmark Partner is great PR and will certainly win you some brownie points with the Arts Council, which could come in handy if you’re thinking of applying to become an NPO in the future.
But, perhaps most importantly of all, becoming an Artsmark Partner is free and our briefings are happening near you!
So, what are you waiting for? You can read more info and book onto one of our upcoming briefings online at any of the links below:
|Location||Date||More Info & Booking|
|Bristol||Tue 12th Nov||CLICK HERE|
|Somerset||Thu 21st Nov||CLICK HERE|
|Plymouth||Fri 22nd Nov||CLICK HERE|
|Bouremouth/Poole||Wed 4th Dec||CLICK HERE|
|Gloucestershire||Mon 10th Feb||CLICK HERE|
|Swindon||Tue 11th Feb||CLICK HERE|
|Salisbury||Wed 12th Feb||CLICK HERE|
|Cornwall||Fri 14th Feb||CLICK HERE|
We hope to see you at a session! If you have any questions at all, please don’t hesitate to get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 0330 223 4158.