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Artsmark Partnership Programme Briefing and Induction: Online Session

  • Wednesday 9th September 2020 at 1:30pm - 3:30pm
  • Free
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The Artsmark Partnership Programme is an Arts Council England endorsed network of arts and cultural organisations, that can support education settings on their Artsmark journey to embed arts and culture across the curriculum. Attending this briefing and induction session is the first step to an organisation joining the Artsmark Partnership Programme.

This session will cover:

An introduction to Artsmark:

  • What is Artsmark?
  • The Artsmark process
  • Artsmark criteria
  • Quality principles

An introduction to the Artsmark Partnership Programme:

  • Benefits
  • How it works

Supporting Artsmark Schools:

  • Understanding what schools and settings need
  • Mapping and developing your offer
  • Evaluation and measuring the impact
  • Support and resources
  • Next steps

This session is aimed at those in your organisation responsible for the design and development of the learning programme within the organisation, not necessarily those who deliver the work. For more information on the Artsmark Partnership Programme or to express your interest in future events please contact:


Wednesday 9th September 2020.


Registration and technical support from 13:15PM. Start 13:30PM – 15:30PM Finish.

Accessing Zoom

An invitation will be sent out before the event via an email & calendar invite.

You will need to log into Zoom by 13:30PM at the latest.
You are able to leave the meeting at any time.
We ask that you let us know your support needs in advance, so we are able to prepare.

Additional Information

By registering for this event, you agree to us sharing your data (organisation name and address, contact name and contact details) with Arts Council England. This data will only be stored for the purposes of the Artsmark Partnership Programme. Arts Council England will use this data to issue you with your Artsmark Partner logo and to let you know about any updates to the programme. They will publish the name of your organisation and your contact details on a list of Artsmark Partners that will be shared with other Bridge organisations across the country but will not publish any personal details. Your organisation name and e-mail address will also be made available publicly, so schools/settings can contact you directly.

If at the end of the Artsmark Partnership Programme briefing you decide you do not want to become an Artsmark Partner, you will need to let us know and we will, therefore, not keep or share your details.