Bronze Arts Award
What is Bronze Arts Award?
Bronze Arts Award is a Level 1 qualification on the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF) and is open to young people aged 11 to 25.
It’s a perfect stepping stone from the Explore Arts Award, which RAMM will be running as part of their new Saturday Art Club this November/December. It is also a creative and fun way to find out about RAMM and its many exhibits!
Arts Award is a way of recording each child’s achievements and discoveries, whilst celebrating the creativity of everyone involved.
How can I achieve my Bronze Arts Award at RAMM?
RAMM plans to run a Bronze Arts Award project over 10 weeks between January and March 2019. The sessions will run one day a week on a Thursday or Friday (tbc), and will be open to young people aged 11 – 16 from the home-schooling community.
To achieve a Bronze Arts Award, young people will collect evidence in an individual arts log or portfolio of their experiences of:
- Actively participating in an art form at RAMM
- Attending at least one arts event as an audience member
- Researching the career and work of an artist/craftsperson that inspires them
Passing on an arts skill to others
The cost will be £12 per session per young person, which will include the Arts Award booklet and certificate at the end of the project.
To register your interest and to find out more, please contact Maya Herbolzheimer, Engagement Officer at RAMM. Places are limited to 12 young people on a first-come-first-served basis.
What happens when I’ve competed my Bronze Arts Award?
RAMM will apply to Trinity College London for each child’s Arts Award Certificate, which will take up to 12 weeks and will be posted to a home address. Alternatively, you can pick up your certificate from Garden Reception or the RAMM Shop.
Other Bronze Arts Award projects
RAMM is looking for new partners to work on Bronze or Silver Arts Award projects linking to the museum collections from March 2019 onwards.
Please get in touch if you’d like to run a Bronze or Silver Arts Award with a group of young people at RAMM: Maya Herbolzheimer – Engagement Officer at RAMM