Login to access your Arts Award pages

I accept cookies

< Return to news index

Arts Award is excited to be returning to Mozfest in London this year, the world’s leading festival for the open internet. We’ll be there from 27-29 October at Ravensbourne in London.

Opportunities for young leaders

This will be a great opportunity for young people to develop their leadership skills and an ideal chance to contribute to their Arts Award (Bronze Part D, or Silver and Gold Unit 2).

Fully supported by our team at Arts Award on Voice, young leaders will be closely connected to the Youth Zone but able to deliver their chosen session in any of Mozfest’s five major spaces. 

Arts Award Gold achiever Agi K presented a workshop at Mozfest 2016:

‘Back from London and buzzing from MozFest 2016, where thousands of dedicated enthusiastic people were sharing projects directed at making the world a better place. See for yourself the excitement, inspiration and passion at MozFest in the vlog I made about my experience there’.

Opportunities for Arts Award centres and Supporters

As an arts organisation, we’d love you to share your interest in digital arts and technology with festival goers at Mozfest. It’ll be a chance to promote your organisation on an international stage, learn from others and be inspired by the power of the internet and the festival atmosphere.

 

This is what Orleans House Gallery said about taking part:

‘If you want to improve your digital offering, it is places like this that will inspire and advance digital ideas. Mozfest is a world-famous event, and we should encourage attendees to grace it yearly. There is more to learn, communicate, and share.’

The themes of the festival

This year, Mozfest will focus on Mozilla’s 5 internet health issues which underpin all the work that Mozilla Foundation does. Your session will fit into one of these, and each issue has potential to inspire lots of creative approaches. 

How to Apply

If you’re interested in getting involved, first read a little bit more about the 5 festival themes/spaces and then visit the proposals page to fill out the simple form.

If you want to chat to us about your idea first, just contact us by email to set up a time to talk. The call for proposals will close on 1 August.

We can’t wait to hear from you!