Artswork empowers children and young people through arts and culture to find their voice,
become skilled leaders and achieve their aspirations.
Building strategic alliances, Artswork specialises in advocating for change and delivering
positive outcomes for children and young people through local, national and international partnerships.
Artswork places the arts, culture and artistic and creative practice at the heart of work for, with, and by children and young people. Artswork champions, leads and facilitates young people’s engagement with great art and culture and supports the development of young arts practitioners and leaders. Working through strategic alliances with arts, cultural and education and youth sectors, Artswork acts as a leader and specialist organisation of influence. We work locally, regionally, nationally and internationally in and through partnerships – shaping cultural and education policies and practice – and acting as a national champion to increase opportunities for children and young people to lead, participate, work in and enjoy the arts and culture.
Artswork Limited aims to:
- Artswork aims to be a source of inspiration for young people and for those engaging with them.
- Artswork aims to be a national hub and centre of excellence, innovation and best practice in the development of arts and cultural practice for, with and by children and young people.
- Artswork aims to be a catalyst for work-based learning in the creative and cultural industries and for the development of young people’s entrepreneurial, employability and leadership skills.
- Artswork aims to be a leading advocate for the vital importance of the work of this sector across the UK and internationally.
Established: July 1987
Registered Charity Number: 800143
Board members: 8
Full time staff: 15
Part time staff: 13
Phone number: 02380332491
Address: 1st floor Latimer House, 5-7 Cumberland Place SO15 2BHView charity accounts on the Charity Commission website
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