Royal Opera House Bridge is running a briefing for cultural organisations who are interested in joining the Artsmark Partnership Programme. The session will:
- Explore the Artsmark programme
- Share the Artsmark Partnership Programme Code of Conduct and set out expectations for cultural providers
- Support to start mapping your offer to the Artsmark programme.
Participation at a Bridge briefing is required before your organisation can sign up to the partnership programme.
Participants at our Artsmark Partnership Programme Briefing will have the opportunity to meet senior leaders and teachers who have just embarked on an Artsmark journey over a free lunch.
To book your place, please register via Eventbrite
A bit of background
What is the Artsmark Partnership Programme?
The Artsmark Partnership Programme is an Arts Council endorsed network of organisations who are devoted to bringing great arts and cultural opportunities to children and young people. They support Artsmark registered schools and other educational establishments on their journey to embed arts and culture across the curriculum.
Each Artsmark Partner will have their own offers for schools and education settings that may include Continued Professional Development opportunities for staff, digital resources or workshops linked to the curriculum for students, as well as visits to exhibitions and performances. Some of these offers may be one off, stand-alone sessions, others may be part of a longer-term project. Artsmark Partners will also be able to signpost settings to other arts and cultural organisations that could add value to their Artsmark journey. The Artsmark Partner logo offers reassurance to settings that the organisation understands the requirements and process of the Artsmark Award and that they will adhere to the Code of Practice of the programme.