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How does it work?• The young artists make a piece of visual art inspired by this year’s theme of Yorkshire. • Enter the competition by sending a photo of the finished piece and a complete application form to email@example.com before the deadline: 30 May 2018 (at 23:59) • In early June a panel of judges will select 50 pieces to enter the Young Artists Collection. • Winners will be notified in early July and invited to attend an Art Market where their work will be on display to be purchased by local businesses. The artist gets 60% of the money from that sale and the rest is used to fund IVE’s charitable work providing creative opportunities for disadvantaged young people.
How much does it cost?Nothing. There is no entry fee for the young artist. Nothing for schools or arts organisations to pay.
Who is it for?Anyone aged 11-18 who can produce any kind of visual art. It’s not just a school’s thing, it’s open to any young person in the UK.
How will the panel pick the winners?The panel will be looking for work that demonstrates technical artistic skill (taking into account the age of the entrant), imagination, creativity and that responds to the theme of this year’s contest which is Yorkshire.
Who are the panel?Jonathan Straight – street photographer and trustee at IVE Mat Lazenby – Creative Director at LazenbyBrown Amanda Phillips – Education Officer at Leeds Art Gallery Leannda Best – photography undergraduate at Leeds University Visit the IVE website to see the full terms and conditions and download your application form https://weareive.org/talent-development-programme/young-artists-collection/
Ignite Imaginations a community organisation based in Sheffield has been delivering an Arts and Culture ambassadors programme across South Yorkshire.
With 17 creative partners, 7 schools and 59 ambassadors this programme aims to give young people a real insight into the career opportunities in the sector, build their creative and interpersonal skills and connect them to the world of work. The programme intends to inspire and galvanise the next generation of artists, producers, coordinators and CEO’s.
This year, Ambassadors are set to work through a Bronze Arts Award as part of the programme (Level 1 award on the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF)) and visit local creative organisations across the county. From Site Gallery to Higher Rhythm, the creative sector is well represented and explored in this programme with overall facilitator Ignite Imaginations.
Ambassadors have enjoyed a rich and diverse range of experience including:
Curating part of a museum for the day
Visiting one of Sheffield’s iconic theatres for a behind-the-scenes insight into the workings of the theatre world and taking on the promotional challenge of how to engage more young people with theatre
Team building with Third Angel
Using art, craft and entertainment to engage with the elderly in a local residential home.
The Better Learners Better Workers programme is a step beyond the traditional model of one business connected to one school. It connects an employment sector, or whole series of employers, to a group of schools. This allows a range of employers to contribute and allows schools a wider link to employers in the local community.[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=243&v=2-GY60JlcUs[/embed]
5:00 pm - Welcome and shout out for DCEP Rachel Newman DCEP Steering Group Member. 5:10 pm - Young Writers Nik Perring from Hive Young Writers Group.
5:20 - Film Language Rajnish Madaan, Teacher and Videographer from Madaan Media
5:30 - Approaching Scriptwork Zeena Rasheed, Performing Arts Teacher from Peniston Grammer School.
5:40 - Refreshments and networking
6:00 - Intro to Brecht’s ‘Making Strange’ Mike Dougherty Head of Performing Arts/Specialist Leader in Education at Hall Cross Academy.
6:10 - Getting to know you game - 3 actions Shelley O’Horan Schools Coordinator from Cre8ive Dance Academy.
6:20 - Create an extraordinary primary school play Lorna McGinty the Let’s Play Project Manager for National Theatre.
6:30 - eTwinning Paddy Carroll Assistant Headteacher Shaw Wood Academy.
6:40 - How to use digital to engage and create Wayne Sables Artistic Director at Wayne Sables Project.
6:50 - Close and networkingIt’s totally free to attend and we’d love to see you all there. If you’d like to stick around after the event Cast is providing free tickets to see Cornermen in their Studio theatre that evening.
- Day 1 - Me: Identity and culture - Monday 20th November 2017 10am - 4pm
- Build self-confidence and self-awareness
- Understanding how identities and cultures form, are expressed, change and connect
- Value different perspectives
- Day 2: Me and You: Intercultural Dialogue-Monday 27th November 2017 10am - 4pm
- Understand dialogue, how and when it can be used
- Support learn and share through, dialogue
- Develop listening skills, questioning skills, dialogue in fragile and conflict affected communities
- Day 3: We: Local and Global communities - Monday 4th December 2017 10am - 4pm
- Understand concept of community and connections between local and global community and their inter-dependencies
- Ability to identify key stakeholders, map conflict and use decision-making in the communities
- Ability to identify a social development issue to address in the community using problem-solving skills
- Day 4: Planning Social Action - Monday 11th December 2017 10am - 4pm
- Develop kills in project planning and management
- Knowledge of the project cycle
- Understand stakeholder analysis
- Problem identification and analysis
- Agenda setting
- Identify interventions
- Write a project plan
- Monitor and evaluate a project
- Risk analysis