Profiling Best Practice in Youth Arts, Argyll & the isles.

Posted by CHArts Youth Arts on Sep 11, 2018

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To celebrate the very best Youth Arts practice being delivered in Argyll & the isles, Youth Arts CHArts will be working with partners across the region to show case innovative projects which engage with young people across all the creative disciplines.
It is hoped that by giving voice to these practices that it will act as a platform for discussion on how best to proceed with future Youth Arts projects, help identify possible creative collaboration, and put down roots of a community of learning between Youth Arts organisations, facilitators and programmers.

On the flip side, there is always value in understanding why projects have failed and identify communal challenges to delivering Youth Arts projects in the unique geographical region of Argyll & the isles. Rural locations, transport links, varied digital network availability, resources and logistics mean that funding applications award to arts organisation in our region need to stretched to cover more than in urban settings.

Keep an eye on the CHArts blog for case studies arriving soon.

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