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Bronze Arts Awards

Focal Point Gallery

Thursdays, 3.45pm to 5.45pm

Are you looking to start the new year in a fun, challenging and creative way?
Do you enjoy drawing, painting, photography, or any other area of the arts and would love to develop your creative skills further, then you might be interested in starting a Bronze Arts Awards at Focal Point Gallery from the 24 February?
Bronze is the level 1 of the Arts Award programme and a recognised national qualification, open to young people and learners of all levels and abilities, aged 11 and over.

During the sessions with a trained Arts Award Advisor, you will participate in different arts activities, be inspired and explore the work of artists, exhibitions and arts events, learn how to develop your creative project and share it with others.

The sessions are fun, inspiring, and will build your confidence. It will also be a great way to make new friends, whilst you discover amazing artwork, learn new skills and imagine new ideas!

Bronze sessions will start on 24th February, and will take place every Thursday from 3.45pm to 5.45 pm.

We kindly ask all those who wish to complete the Bronze Arts Award to purchase through Eventbrite.

Concessions discounts are also available. Please contact us to find out more.

Please note, we required a minimum of 10 participants to run this programme. The programme is subject to change if these numbers are not met.

Please note, parents are to leave children at this workshop with a DBS checked artist for the full two-hours in which the space is closed to the public. Please complete the form in full in order to attend. A break of around ten minutes will take place in the middle of each workshop, in which participants may have a snack and a drink. Please do not bring any snack that contains nuts.

If you have any questions regarding the programme, please do not hesitate to contact Focal Point Gallery by email at:

Focal Point Gallery is a centre for the nationally recognised Arts Award (please see for more information).

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