Young Arts is a creative tool
for engagement and aspiration among young people, helping
them to make a positive impact
in the world around them and
open up opportunities for
learning and improving the well-
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THE ARTS SOCIETY
‘Golden Jubilee Year’
As part of the celebrations for above The Arts Society Westminster have decided to extend their range of projects
and grants -
have been chosen.
YOUNG ARTS &
SPECIALLY FUNDED PROJECTS FOR ‘GOLDEN JUBILEE YEAR’
Artwork created by the Federation of Westminster Special Schools
Federation of Westminster Special Schools
Message from Paul Morrow, Lead Practitioner of the Creative Arts
The Federation of Special Schools understands the potency of cultural engagement for young people with special educational needs and disabilities. Through our many partnerships including The Arts Society Westminster, our young people can be seen, valued and included; their voices and stories are told and become part of our culture.
The creative arts empower young people; it supports their mental health and well-
MILLMAN STREET COMMUNITY CENTRE…
is part of Holborn Community Association, a registered charity located near the British Museum.
We are open to anyone over 55 with or without support needs. On offer is a broad range of activities for all abilities, interests and support needs, including those with mild/moderate dementia and physical and sensory disabilities.
The Arts Society Westminster’s sponsorship will enable us to provide a course in pottery and ceramics classes, encouraging participants to emulate Georgian and Victorian styles.
is a community based charity which manages and supports a range of arts projects and creative interventions.
These include providing visual and applied arts, poetry, music, dance, performing arts and more, to people living with dementia and other mental health issues, whether it be in community settings, day centres, residential homes and working one-
The Arts Society Westminster’s contribution will enable us to deliver and promote these projects via a camera/video recorder and an i-
THE ROYAL SCHOOL OF NEEDLEWORK…
is home to an amazing 60,000
unique and priceless embroidery pieces and designs capturing the passion for embroidery throughout history. The varied textile items have been collected and donated from all over the world.
Access to the RSN Collection is currently limited and the contribution of The Arts Society Westminster towards cataloguing and digitising these embroideries, textiles and designs will make them accessible to all online. This will raise worldwide awareness but also act as a teaching aid so that we can continue to train students to technical excellence in hand embroidery.
Registered Charity No 1140639 The Arts Society Westminster is the operational name for Westminster Decorative & Fine Arts Society