Each year we invest in a small number of strategic partnerships designed to improve access to high quality arts and cultural experiences for children and young people.
Investments must lever new sources of funding from public sources, private investors, trusts and foundations that would not traditionally be spent on children, young people and the arts.
Investments are targeted at areas of low engagement within local Cultural Education Partnerships where possible to help remove identified barriers and increase access to arts and culture for children and young people.
IVE has produced this poster, 10 Reasons Why Arts and Culture Make A Difference to Young People’s Lives, to assist educators and arts organisations….
“Undercliffe Tales: An Evaluation – Successfully using drama techniques to improve literacy among school priority groups” was the result of an exciting and innovative…
Bridging the Gap – The First 4 Years and Beyond summarises the work done by IVE (formerly CAPEUK) as an Arts Council Bridge Organisation….
“Creativity Matters – Making Space for Teaching Creative Science” is part of the creativity matters series of reports examining the role of creativity within…
2017 has been a year of change and growth at IVE. Most notably, we changed our name! Moving from CapeUK to IVE, a move…Read More
In 2017, IVE has successfully sourced £225k in new match funding monies through our Partnership Investment programme. We are grateful to the following organisations…Read More
At IVE, we talk about creativity a lot, and in those conversations we often come across the same misconceptions and myths about creativity. While…Read More