Schools and teachers can find it hard to quickly find relevant information on new cultural opportunities and events.
HRAEN scours the cultural landscape and brings education based opportunities the network meetings introducing teachers to the individuals leading projects.
We present new ideas to support classroom creative practice with art practioners at each network meeting suggesting new ways of taking culture into the classroom.
We offer up networking opportunities between teachers, artists and cultural organisations so we start to work as a team, all knowing the relevant individuals in the local arts and education landscape from which we can confidently work with each other to develop projects.
We encourage peer to peer support, be that teachers, cultural education leads or artists, sharing ideas and experiences can be inspiring and supportive.
We open up a wider pool of schools for cultural organisations to work with rather than just limiting themselves to those they have previously worked with or are closest.
We want to open up the debate, challenge, develop, enable and offer our young people the best cultural experiences we can give them.
Next Network Meeting:
Tuesday 30th October 2-4pm at the Jerwood Gallery, Hastings
Presentation on HRAEN; the work we've done and the work we want to do.
Animals! project manger discussing the project pilot stage and plans for school engagement next year.
Anna Atkinson, local artist and art therapist who is employed as an arts for wellbeing facilitator at Robsack Wood Primary Academy.