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The Poetry Society has two major competitions for young people. The Foyle Young Poet of the Year Award for 11 - 17 year olds is a world-wide competition and free to enter. It is very prestigious; a lot of winners have gone on to be famous poets. Download.
Making Space is a unique charity craft venue and aim to encourage and recognise young people doing exciting creative things. They offer support across all levels of Arts Award. More.
Northamptonshire Libraries is a community hub and supporting children and families is a key part of their services. Their offer includes free craft activities and theatre performances, meeting resident artists, and more.
University of Cambridge Museums offers a variety of experiences across its 9 museums. Download
The Roundhouse offers a range of activities to young people, including circus skills and production workshops. Download
Norden Farm offers a variety of experiences to young people, reaching out to the community. Download
The Lighthouse, Poole has a range of arts and education offers for young people in their area, as well as being a Shakespeare Schools Festival venue. Download
National Museums Liverpool offers training, support and art sessions to advisors and young people taking Arts Award. More
The Barber Institute of Fine Arts offers workshops, events, courses and talks that young people can use towards their Arts Award. More
as creatives offer multi-arts clubs and support schools to use arts in the curriculum. More
The Ambassador Theatre Group owns theatres across the UK as well as many of London’s West End venues and the Creative Learning team’s offer includes visits, workshops and regular classes and groups. More
Latitude Festival is the first national festival to become an Arts Award Supporter and will be offering a range of activities to Arts Award young people on site in July 2013. More