AccessArt

AccessArt Resource Creation

AccessArt believes that through identifying and sharing of best educational practice in the visual arts we can work together to raise standard in art education, provide more opportunities for everyone, and ensure children, young people and adults achieve their creative potential.

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It ran from 12:00 AM, 1 November 2012 to 12:00 AM, 1 November 2014

Registered Charity in England and Wales (1105049)

Amount raised

£251

Donations

5

    Categories

  • Arts/Culture/HeritageArts/Culture/Heritage
  • Education/Training/EmploymentEducation/Training/Employment

    Helping

Location

Situation

It's a tricky time for art education. As a society we are training less teachers to specialise in art, and there is less time in the school day for children and young people to meet their creative potential. At the very time when we need to invest more resources to ensure we continue to build our creative economies, we seem to be applying the brakes. We need to ensure we help build a climate in which creativity can flourish, for the benefit of all our futures.

Solution

We believe that AccessArt has a unique part to play in helping to support teachers, learners & creative practitioners. AccessArt advocates sharing of high quality visual arts practice. By sharing skills, knowledge, experience and outcomes we can all work together to help raise aspirations and standards in visual arts teaching & learning. AccessArt aims to be as accessible as possible, and to connect and bridge practitioners, facilitators, teachers and learners at every level.

  • A really lively and inspiring organisation

    — Anonymous

  • Excellent value for money in terms of the generous amount of information supplied

    — Anonymous

  • A wonderful, informative website – wish I had found it sooner!

    — Anonymous

  • Excellent value for money in terms of the generous amount of information supplied

    — Anonymous

  • A really lively and inspiring organisation

    — Anonymous

  • A wonderful, informative website – wish I had found it sooner!

    — Anonymous