Length: 4 Sessions (2 hours)
Age range: KS2 / KS3
Fee: £480 + VAT
BOM is a registered Arts Award Supporter and have a range of activities and opportunities to help young people complete the Arts Award at Discover, Explore, and Bronze level. BOM has a community of Residents (artists, technologists, scientists, researchers and producers) who create projects and partnerships at the cutting edge of visual arts, performance, coding, and more. They can then share their practice and work with others.
Learners will explore the arts as a participant through digital and craft activities based around BOM exhibitions and activities. They will experience the arts as an audience member, looking at concepts and ideas about their views on creativity, content, and making links with similar work. Learners will research artist/ craftspeople/ arts practitioners and share skills with others, all recorded in a digital portfolio.
Arts Award is a national recognised arts qualification, accredited by Trinity College London for young people between 12 and 25 years old.
Our gallery is open to the public Wednesday to Saturday 11-4pm during exhibitions and it is free to visit.
We support parts A, B, C through our Family events, School’s Projects, Summer Camp group and to children who are home schooled.
- Part A: Discover – Young people will be able to take part in practical activities such as our weekly Saturday family sessions where activities will be linked to the current artistic exhibition.
- Part B: Find Out – Young people will be able to find out about artists and their work through talks/ demonstrations by our artists in residence.
- Part C: Share – Young people will be able to share their work with us through a ‘celebrations’ display of children’s work after Saturday sessions.
We support parts A, B, C, D through our established partnerships with School’s Projects.
- Part A: Inspire – Students will be able to take part in practical activities such as termly projects in schools.
- Part B: Explore – Students will be able to explore the work of artists and arts organisations through Artists leading in schools projects explaining their work, skills and practice in context with the young people’s project
- Part C: Create – Students will be able to create a piece of work through creating their own art/ technology/ science piece using skills learnt during the project.
- Part D: Present – Students will be able to present what they enjoyed, achieved and are most proud of from their Explore work by presenting their creations to peers and artist, identifying through their work which skills they have achieved and what they are most proud of in terms of personal achievements.
We can support Parts A, B, C, D through our Summer Camp and to children who are home schooled.
- Part A: Explore the arts as a participant – Summer Camp is run annually and attended by 20 children. Digital and craft activities are based around the summer exhibitions.
- Part B: Explore the arts as an audience member – With some guidance, Summer Camp children look at exhibition concepts and create a bank of ideas about their views on the concept, art work, creativity, content, make links with similar work they know and share thoughts.
- Part C: Arts Inspirations – Summer Camp children have the opportunity to research artist/ craftspeople/ arts practitioners through research about artists, emailing key questions to the artists about their work, observing/working with them during artist in residency.
- Part D: Arts skill share – passing on art skills to others – Summer Camp children share their arts skills/ knowledge through TikTok, Zoom and in person with other Summer Camp and Coder Dojo children.
For more info contact email@example.com to discuss how we can support you with your Arts Award.