The Cultural Education Challenge

Cultural education fosters creativity and innovation, unlocking vital skills that drive the creative industries.

The Cultural Education Challenge is Arts Council England’s call for the arts, culture and education sectors to work together to ensure that every child has the chance to:

  • Create, compose, and perform.
  • Visit, experience and participate in extraordinary work.
  • Know, understand and review the experiences they’ve had.

http://www.artscouncil.org.uk/children-and-young-people/cultural-education-challenge

The Cultural Education Challenge asks arts and cultural organisations, educational institutions and local authorities to come together to:

  • Drive a joined-up art and cultural offer locally.
  • Share resources.
  • Bring about a more coherent and visible delivery of cultural education through Cultural Education Partnerships.

The Arts Council aims to establish Cultural Education Partnerships across the country in places where there is most need.

Our Impact

The Voice Project

The Voice Project

The Voice Project, co-funded by IVE, studied ‘the voice of the child’ relating to Arts & Culture in Doncaster. As a result of this project, a…

Pockets of Excellence: Film Education in Yorkshire and The Humber

Pockets of Excellence: Film Education in Yorkshire and The Humber

Pockets of Excellence: Film Education in Yorkshire and The Humber is a report by IVE (formerly CapeUK) which reviews the state of film education in…

A Quality Offer

A Quality Offer

Our fully subscribed Quality Principles peer-to-peer support programme has helped professionals from a variety of disciplines to reflect on their own work and that…

25th August 2017

What do the 2017 GCSE and A-Level Results Say About Arts Education?

2017 GCSE and A-Level results are out and IVE has poured over the data to look at what this tells us about the ongoing…

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17th August 2017

Breeze Arts Foundation Wants Young People in Leeds

Places are still available on the Breeze Arts Foundation for young people in Leeds aged 16 – 19 years who are interested in pursuing…

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