Arts Active are delighted to be one of the Strategic Partners for the Engage UK, #LetsCreateArt2022 campaign.
We are very excited to be involved in supporting this UK wide initiative and its mission to shine a light on visual arts engagement practice. We all recognise and understand the vast potential for the visual arts to support health and wellbeing within our society. The role here as a strategic partner is to help raise awareness of the vital role of visual arts engagement in promoting positive wellbeing across the country, amplifying the value of visual arts engagement in our lives. Promoting the visual arts activities, participation and engagement within our communities, whilst also celebrating the meaningful work of organisations across the UK.
“Through a series of resources, creative bursaries and sharing opportunities, Let’s Create Art will support organisations nationwide in delivering and evaluating impactful arts activities. The campaign aims to highlight the relevance of best practice sharing, embedded evaluation and community engagement. It will further illuminate the meaningful work of organisations nationwide. Whether you are an artist, gallery educator, grandparent or young creative, you can join in with Let’s Create Art”. Engage UK.
This UK wide activity will take place between 19 October – 2 November 2022.
The deadline for the Creative Bursaries has been extended to 3rd Oct 2022, so if you haven’t yet applied there’s now additional time to do so.
For more information on the creative art bursaries and how you can get involved, please visit: www.letscreateart.org.uk.
Engage is the leading charity for promoting engagement and participation in the visual arts. Through advocacy, research, and training we help ensure the quality, inclusivity, and relevance of engagement and participation opportunities across the UK. We are a UK-wide organisation with Wales and Scotland-based activities led through Engage Cymru and Engage Scotland.
A2: Criw Celf offers young artists a varied programme of opportunities to work with professional artists, curators, designers, film makers etc to gain a broader understanding and greater experience of current visual arts practice.