Richard Russell blogs about his new role at the Arts Council, addressing barriers to young people’s access to arts and culture
Every child and young person has the opportunity to experience the richness of the arts, museums and libraries
The Cultural Education Challenge
Our call for the arts, culture and education sectors to work together in offering a consistent and high quality arts and cultural education for all children and young peopleFind out more
We want to invest in arts organisations, museums and libraries that focus on creating high-quality arts and cultural learning experiences for, by and with children and young people. We want to galvanise and facilitate local partnerships, and to work with the Department for Education and other partners to ensure a coherent, national approach to the provision of excellent arts and culture for all children and young people.
What will success look like?
- more children and young people have the opportunity to experience the richness of the arts, museums and libraries
- more children and young people receive a high-quality cultural education in and out of school
- arts organisations, museums and libraries are delivering high-quality arts and cultural experiences for children and young people
Find out more about Goal 5 by reading our strategy Great art and culture for everyone, or explore the links below.
Goal 5 in action
ExploraTale: Bringing books to life for early years families in Devon
Darren Henley, our CEO, blogs about how we can ensure that creative talent flourishes.
STAND UP STAND OUT - Bristol to showcase international and home grown live artists this February
The London Brain Project uses art to explore brain injury in children, with beautiful results
Darren Henley blogs about why Hull City of Culture is set to be one of the highlights of 2017…