Partner and Related Organisations
Pintar Rapido Originating from Spain and meaning "painting quickly", Pintar Rápido is a one-day painting festival on the streets of London,
open to professional and amateur artists followed by a public selling-exhibition the next day.
Artists can choose their own location across the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea and paint all day to
capture the spirit of the city in any medium they like and any size they want..After painting all day on
Saturday all artists will have their work hung in a public selling-exhibition the next day at
Chelsea Old Town Hall on the King's Road. There will also be a £1,000 prize awarded. Register at www.pintarrapido.com
Access Art, facilitate high quality visual arts workshops and events to a wide audience, and share the ideas and outcomes generated through these activities via an evolving collection of high quality, inspirational teaching and learning resources available from their website.Architecture Centre Network
the development and advocacy organisation for the 22 Architecture Centres in the United Kingdom.
An Architecture Centre works for the creation of better quality neighbourhoods, buildings and public spaces across the UK
Arts Award is a national qualification which supports young people to develop as artists and arts leaders. Taking part in a Big Draw event will support the Bronze Award; organising a Big Draw workshop or event supports the arts leadership element of the Silver or Gold Awards.is a national qualification which supports young
people to develop as artists and arts leaders. Taking part in a Big Draw event will support the Bronze Award; organising a Big Draw workshop
or event supports the arts leadership element of the Silver or Gold Awards.
The Drawing Research Network, the Campaign for Drawing's sister organisation is a loose
affiliation of individuals and institutions who are involved with drawing research, for example via professional practice, education or the
promotion of drawing. The DRN site has an excellent links page to other 'drawing' organisations.
Join their on-line forum to exchange ideas with other drawers.
engage, the National Association for Gallery Education
GEM, the Group for Education in Museums
NSEAD, The National Society for Education in Art & Design
NALGAO, Arts Development UK is a professional association, with a membership drawn from local authorities and those working in the creative industries sector in England and Wales.
The Prince's Foundation for Children & the Arts,
champions the power of arts to transform children's lives.
Royal Academy of Arts Outreach Programme Since 1989, the Royal Academy of Arts Outreach Programme has travelled across the UK, from Guernsey
to the Shetlands Islands, annually taking 100 dynamic, day-long, creative drawing workshops to
secondary and primary schools. With the life model at the centre of the day's activities, the Programme
provides a unique opportunity for young people to explore a wide variety of approaches to drawing as a
vehicle for developing their own creativity.
Royal Academy of Arts cReAte Programme Is drawing as much about thinking and behaviour as skill and if this is the case is it possible to identify
stepping stones to help young people find a greater depth of interest in the subject? Drawing on the
expertise of the RA Outreach Programme, this practical one-day workshop offers KS2 and KS3 teachers
the opportunity to explore, discuss and reflect on ideas about drawing and creativity. Combining both
learning from drawing and facilitated discussion, participants are encouraged to look at the way they
currently teach drawing and explore how this can be strengthened.
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