Case studies from centres who have delivered Bronze
Hendon School has embedded Arts Award within the school curriculum, enabling large numbers of participants to achieve Bronze Awards.
The Corinium Museum worked with young people from Cirencester College to provide them with the opportunity to explore archeology through art. Bronze Arts Award was built into the project from the beginning to add value to the work created.
Ripon Evolve is a centre for young people who are disengaged from mainstream education, training or employment and require extra support in order to progress to further education, apprenticeships or employment. A group of young people recently achieved Bronze through a mix of art forms.
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Take a look at what young people have done at Bronze:
Martin achieved his Bronze Award at Rawlins College by exploring the marbling painting technique.
Saul, who cannot write and has limited speech, evidenced his Bronze journey through the creation of a video diary.
Arts Award Voice
To find out what other young people are doing for their Bronze Arts Award, take a look at Arts Award Voice, our online magazine for young people aged 13 to 25. To see a Bronze story, click on the plus sign to use the filter tool: http://www.artsawardvoice.com/magazine/articles/case-studies
The young people you’re working with can celebrate their Arts Award stories by posting them on Arts Award Voice
To get started with Arts Award, you or someone at your organisation needs to train as an Arts Award adviser by attending a Bronze & Silver adviser training course. Advisers support each young person and assess their progress. Find out more at www.artsaward.org.uk/training