We work with schools and teachers on one off and long term projects to build a programme that supports young people in learning skills, and is complementary to curriculum based education. We can support in looking for funding to ensure that all artists are fairly paid for their work.
Collaboration and communication are incredibly important to the way we work, and help us to produce something that is fun and educational but also in keeping with class topics and syllabi; as an organisation we are constantly growing and improving our skills - and we have a strong dedication to research and evaluation; you can read our research report on exploring literacy through drama here.
The Creative Futures conference is a day long free to attend conference on 7th July 2017 at Worcester Arts Workshop. It's an event for students 13+, educators and arts professionals to engage with creative skills workshops and talks from inspiring professionals.
It's about putting young people at the centre of youth arts and exploring with them what creative careers and opportunities are out there or could be out there in the future.
The event includes a free catered lunch and BSL interpreters for talks and workshops.