During Arts Award Week, centres and Supporter venues held a range of activities and events to celebrate young people’s Arts Award achievements and showcase the range of Arts Award opportunities on offer.
Arts Connect held an exhibition of Arts Award work from the past 10 years in the Gas Hall at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery.
The Wallace Collection, ran a 'What's it Like to Work in a Museum?' Careers Open Day for 16 to 18 year olds on Wednesday 6 July between 1-4pm. Each attendee got an information pack with tips about CV writing, apprenticeships in the cultural sector, internships and degrees to help them pursue a career in museums.
North Lincolnshire Arts Development launched an Arts Award Explore Family Club during Arts Award Week.
ARC, Stockton Arts Centre hosted a 'Creative Enterprise Event' for 15-19 year olds.
In Kidderminster, Worcestershire, ContinU Plus Academy held a Creative Arts Week for years 7, 8 and 9 who are aiming for Bronze Arts Award.
Chingford Foundation School in London, marked Arts Award Week with a different activity each day, including: an exhibition of portfolios at all levels, a Barbican Box theatre performance at The Barbican on 5 July, and staged of an original musical by the Arts Award Theatre Company.
Culture Works East wished Arts Award a 'Happy 10th birthday' as part of their Lord Mayor's Launch Pad event, with a one day programme of free cultural, creative and media activities in Norwich on 2 July for up to 2000 8 to 16 year olds.
Tameside Council Cultural Services, joined in with the celebrations by hosting an Arts Award networking event, as well as supporting a number of local schools in achieving their Arts Awards.
More Music's Gold Arts Award group organised a week-long arts festival to celebrate ArtsAward10 in Lancashire.
See all centres who took part on our ArtsAward10 map