David Ogle workshop

Part of In Another Light at Croft Castle and Parkland

Arts Award

Meadow Arts brings contemporary art to unusual places, working with established and new artists to create inspiring exhibitions.

Each venue we work at is different, and each exhibition is tailor-made for the place, its stories and its history.

There are opportunities at each site to complete elements of your Arts Award, so please check our Events pages for Arts Award opportunities on our current art programmes.

Arts Award activities that can be completed with Meadow Arts (subject to availability in the current programme) include:

- Meet the artist sessions
- Workshops at exhibitions
- Take part in visual art projects
- Attend exhibitions
- Young curators group
- Write an exhibition review for our blog
- Work experience
- Volunteering
- Meet the curators
- Internships
- Attend artist performances
- Write an online opinion piece on contemporary art
- Plan and deliver your own project


 For schools:

- Bespoke programmes

- Innovative projects

- Excellent creative practitioners, chosen specifically for your project


What is Arts Award?

Arts Award is...

  • a nationally recognised qualification in the arts for children and young people
  • a great way for children and young people to be inspired by and enjoy the arts
  • offered at five levels, four accredited and one introductory award
  • a framework for learning new skills and sharing them
  • an opportunity to develop creativity and leadership skills
  • a link between young people and creative arts professionals


Meadow Arts is proud to be an official Arts Award Centre

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