Arts Award Club
Support your child's artistic development
Inspire your child’s creativity.
Arts Award is a series of nationally recognised qualifications that supports your child’s artistic development. Through taking on artistic challenges, ranging from digital art to pottery, children and young people can develop their skills and be inspired to create their own art.
Arts Award is an approved activity provider for The Duke of Edinburgh Award. It is managed by Trinity College London in association with Arts Council England.
Pallant Arts Award Club is a series of six monthly workshops that will guide children through their Arts Award qualification in either Discover, Explore or Bronze levels – read on to find out more about each qualification.
Feedback from parents
“The course gave my daughter structure to her natural interest in art and showed her different avenues to explore.”
“The commitment of the teachers and organisers to keep this Club going in spite of lockdown has been absolutely inspiring.”
For children who have achieved their Arts Award Discover qualification (ages 7+). This is an Entry Level (Entry 3) qualification on the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF).
For those who have achieved Discover and Explore (ages 11-25). This is a Level 1 qualification on the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF).
Arts Award at Pallant House Gallery
COURSE IS NO LONGER ACCEPTING APPLICANTS
[Recommended for 8-15 years)
January 8th, February 12th Family Art workshop, March 12th, April 9th, May 7th Family Art workshop, June 11th and June 25th 2022
£120 for Discover and £175 for Explore, Bronze and Silver. This includes materials as well as a monthly visit to the Gallery. You can spread the payment out to three termly payments, please contact Cassie Ede via the email below.
Once you have made your booking, we will email you to find out which Arts Award your child will work towards, as well as confirming a few other key details.
The course will be available both in person in the Gallery and online. The course will culminate with an exhibition showcasing the children’s work.
Further details of how to take part will be emailed to participants before the course begins. We will follow government advice on indoor gatherings and review whether we can bring workshops and the final exhibition back into the Gallery as the situation changes.