We are currently selecting schools to participate in our 2012/2013 Quest projects.
We allow schools the opportunity to form partnerships with their local arts venue. We look to work with schools who have a high proportion of pupil’s eligible for free school meals, with English as a foreign language or with special educational needs, and who do not currently have a relationship with the partner arts venue.
All Quest projects involve two visits to an arts venue, a teacher training day and in-school workshops by arts professionals.
If you think you are eligible for one of the below projects then please get in touch using the contact details below.
Great Art Quest
Great Art Quest is a visual art and storytelling project. The project will culminate in a professional exhibition by participating children in the partner gallery.
In 2012/13 Great Art Quest is taking place in: Cartwright Hall, Bradford; The Hepworth Gallery, Wakefield; The Queen’s Gallery, Edinburgh; South London Gallery.
Contact Nick Oram on 020 3326 2236 or email@example.com for more information.
DanceQuest is an exciting national dance project for 11-13 year olds. The children involved will experience two high quality live dance performances, participate in 6 workshops with dance professionals within school, and will take part in a final sharing performance.
In 2012/13 DanceQuest is taking place in: Festival City Theatres Trust, Edinburgh; The Lowry, Salford; The Hippodrome, Birmingham; Sadler’s Wells, London.
Contact Emma Green on 020 3326 2237 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
PoetryQuest is a project that introduces year 5 and 6 pupils to performance poetry. Participants will see a profession al poetry performance, work with two local poets and the project finishes with children performing their own verse on stage at their partner venue.
In 2012/13 PoetryQuest is taking place in: King’s Place, London; Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester; Stamford Arts Centre, Lincolnshire.
Contact Tom MacAndrew on 020 3326 2232 or email@example.com for more information.