Arts in Education Open Day – 24 October 2012

Arts in EducationKensington Town Hall
Hornton Street
London W8 7NX

The Arts in Education Open Day brings school teachers and arts practitioners and cultural organisations together to stimulate and encourage networks for possible future working relationships.  View a short clip of Arts in Education 2011.

 

Schools will:

  • become more aware of the breadth and depth of creative practice locally
  • have opportunities to forge links with arts practitioners and cultural organisations whom they may wish to utilise to support their teaching and learning
  • utilise the event for planning future curriculum support, extended work and accreditation to pursue quality and range of provision across the creative curriculum
  • be confident in the professionalism of those they encounter on the day

Artists and cultural organisations will:

  • have the opportunity to promote their work to state and independent schools from nursery, primary, secondary and special schools across three boroughs
  • be able to network with over one hundred other artists and organisations on the day
  • be given the opportunity to raise their profile

Artists and cultural organisations who took part in 2011:

Chickenshed Theatre, Gate Theatre, Altru Drama, Jim Kenworth, SPID Theatre Company, Spectrum Drama & Theatre Company, the Royal Court, Arts Is Education, English National Ballet, Portobello Dance, Lisa Nash, Lyndons Arts Trust, ACAVA, Royal British Society of Sculptors, Start Creating, Sewa Cunningham, Redborder, The Making, The Daisy Bug Company, Miko Cartoon, Exploring Senses, Lens Obscura, Cineclub, Tom Hillenbrand, Libraries, Butterfly Stories, Litro Magazine, Opera Holland Park, Abbundance Arts, Apples & Snakes, Royal College of Music, Sound Connections, Digital Origami, Good Move Music, Institut français, the V&A, MICA Gallery, Museum of Brands, National Army Museum, A.M. Qattan Foundation, Flow Gallery, The Serpentine Gallery, Gloria Ceballos, See 'n' Make, Saatachi Gallery, the Royal Borough's design team and the Education Business Partnership team.

For more information, write to arts@rbkc.gov.uk or call 020 7361 3844

Photo by Paul Bence.