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21 May 2020

Imagine If… virtual conference 2020 - save the date and call for session proposals

Imagine If...
Imagine if… creative arts and cultural experiences gave children and young people the ability to share, understand and emerge from their experiences of the COVID-19 crisis.

Virtual conference: sessions to run across the week beginning Monday 2 November.

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13 May 2020

Introduction to fundraising

Sophia Stovall
by Sophia Stovall, Head of Development, Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums

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07 May 2020

Understanding the current arts & cultural landscape and the value of arts learning

Sam Cairns
By Sam Cairns, Co Director, Cultural Learning Alliance

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06 May 2020

New partnership to support families with digital cultural education

Family Explorers
CBNE is working in partnership with Family Explorers North East to deliver a digital cultural education programme to families in response to the COVID-19 crisis.

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29 April 2020

Blog: Lock Down Learning - Arts Award

Angela
By Angela Rose-Hammond, Lead Practitioner of Teaching & Learning and Teacher of Drama, Rye Hills Academy

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02 April 2020

Here to help

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Our vision is a rich cultural childhood for every young person in our region. We believe that cultural education is essential for children’s quality of life. This remains our vision and focus throughout this unprecedented and difficult time.

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01 April 2020

We are seeking to appoint an Area Manager to join our team

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We are seeking to appoint an Area Manager to join our team. You will help CBNE engage directly with its key stakeholders (cultural and education sector organisations) in specific geographic areas of the North East...

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18 March 2020

BLOG: Sugar Hill Primary School on their second Artsmark journey

Sugar Hill Primary School, an experienced Artsmark school from County Durham, has begun its second Artsmark journey.

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02 March 2020

First North East Multi-Academy Trust embeds creativity with Artsmark

Laidlaw Schools Trust
The Laidlaw Schools Trust is the first Multi-Academy Trust (MAT) in the North East to have all their schools registered for Artsmark.

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02 March 2020

Culture Bridge North East announces Melanie Burgess as new programme manager

Mel Carter
Culture Bridge North East has appointed Melanie Burgess as its new programme manager. Mel said: “Strengthening the connection between arts and education is vitally important for the development of our young people in the region, and I’m really proud of the work that Culture Bridge North East has achieved so far to work towards our ambition that every child in the region experiences a rich cultural childhood..."

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16 February 2020

BLOG: My Arts Award experience

The Customs House
By Fiona Martin, Deputy Director Learning and Participation, The Customs House

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15 February 2020

BLOG: Tees Valley Museums Making a Mark

Kirkleatham Museum
By Liz Vine, Outreach/Education Development Officer, Kirkleatham Museum

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14 February 2020

Seven stories - February book reviews

Read the latest book revies from the team at Seven Stories!

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14 February 2020

Arts Award at the Sunderland Empire

By Grace Cameron, Creative Learning & Community Partnerships Officer

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13 February 2020

BLOG: Having the time of my life

Blue Cabin
By Jane Gray, Blue Cabin

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12 February 2020

BLOG: Why I love Arts Award

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by Jane Gray, freelancer arts project manager, Co-Director of Creative Learning North East and Associate with Blue Cabin CiC. She has been an Arts Award Trainer since 2008, and an Arts Award Moderator since 2014.

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12 February 2020

BLOG: Art is Everywhere

BloominArt
BloomInArt North East CIC is a Hartlepool based community arts organisation, Directed by Rachel Laycock and Emma Wheetman.

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11 February 2020

BLOG: Music Education and Arts Award

Music Education Hub
By Jacky Craig, Music Partnership North Music Education Hub

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10 February 2020

BLOG: Arts Award at Jarrow Cross Primary school

By Linda Peacock, Jarrow Cross Primary

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