"Extremely well organised. The afternoon was informative, fun and creative. It will be something the children will remember"
“Hen do was ACE! Thanks Becky”
“The mural has made where I live a happier place to be, thank you!”
"Fabulous. I enjoyed it all! The children had full participation creating an individual piece. The children had to work as a team too"
COMMUNITY PROJECTS & WORKSHOPS
We aim to empower people of all ages with technical and professional art skills, encouraging adults and young people to create collaborative art pieces.
When asked to create a piece of work for a specific location or event, we like to involve residents in both the design and creation. We encourage ambitious ideas, supporting all ages and abilities.
We have worked in a number of educational settings from nurseries, schools, Pupil Referral Units, youth clubs, youth organisations, colleges and universities. We can facilitate teachers' inset days and corporate team building events, and have lots of experience running art workshops at community fairs, festivals and stag/hen dos.
Wye Valley River Festival 2016. Creating flags with 11 primary schools.
Priormade is an Arts Award registered Centre and we deliver the Discover, Explore, Bronze and Silver programmes. An Arts Award (except Discover) is a nationally recognised qualification on the Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF). Managed by Trinity College London and Arts Council England; Arts Awards help schools demonstrate certain levels of the Ofsted Frameworks and aid to achieve an Arts Mark.
An Arts Award is an enjoyable qualification supporting anyone aged up to 25 to take part and grow within creative challenges. Offered at five different levels they are tailored for each ability group and are recognised in further education and employment applications.
The Awards are inspiring and promote creativity, sharing and leadership skills. To achieve an Arts Award young people participate in art activities, experience arts events, gain knowledge of the wider arts world and share these new skills with others. We help them document everything in a special logbook that we assess and arrange for moderation.