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.
Creative Examples – Rotherham Boys in Rebuzz demonstrates best practice of using dance to reach boys and improve attainment and ambition as a result….
Early Years Arts and Culture in Yorkshire and the Humber is a report by IVE into the state of arts & cultural education in…
Oldfield Primary School has seen a wealth of benefits from Artsmark ranging from building a community to increasing pupil’s and teacher’s enthusiasm. Oldfield Primary…
Humberston Academy see Artsmark as a way to building a sense of community, between schools in the trust, parents, teachers and pupils using the…
As part of Celebrate Artsmark Week, IVE visited Poppleton Road Primary School who have excelled in their Artsmark achievements and been awarded Gold Artsmark…Read More
At IVE, we’re delighted to announce the 10 newly levelled Artsmark schools for 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber. Congratulations to these 10 schools for…Read More
This week is National Celebrate Artsmark Week. We’re showcasing the fantastic work that all Artsmark schools are doing to protect and embed the arts in their curriculum. Artsmark is a creative…Read More