YOUNG ARTS &
CONTEMPORARY ART BOOT CAMP
The Arts Society Westminster gave a grant of £1000 towards the cost of this event. Whitechapel Gallery have been running their Summer Boot Camps for several years. The camp concentrates on opportunities for young people wishing to make a career within the arts.
Registered Charity No 1140639 The Arts Society Westminster is the operational name for Westminster Decorative & Fine Arts Society
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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ARTS 4 DEMENTIA
The Arts Society Westminster gave a grant of £450 to
Arts 4 Dementia, for one session of Early Stage Dementia Training.
Arts 4 Dementia support and pioneer the arts for those with early stage dementia and their carers, through innovative workshops, irrespective of age, sexuality, gender or ethnicity.
MILLMAN STREET COMMUNITY CENTRE
The Arts Society Westminster recently gave a grant of £400 to Millman Street Community Centre for a series of dance workshops.
Millman Street Community Centre offers an integrated programme and a broad range of activities for older people, with or without support needs, including mild/moderate dementia and physical or sensory disability.
THE ROYAL SCHOOL OF NEEDLEWORK
The Arts Society Westminster recently gave a grant of £1000 to The Royal School of Needlework as a bursary for a student on their Future Tutors Programme.
Chief Executive of RSN:
‘The Future Tutor Programme enables us to grow our number of teachers, ensuring their skills are up-
‘The bursary scheme is a massive help, as it means I can focus on the course…’.
‘I feel so privileged to be on the Future Tutor Programme. Without this course, the art of technical stitching could die out’.
‘I would love to teach classes for the RSN, teach teenagers and work on ecclesiastical pieces’.