Over 150 attendees from multiple sectors across the North came together at this event to share experiences, learning and expertise about what we can do together to ensure every child in our region has the chance to thrive in the 21st century. Here you will find photos from the day and guest speaker presentations.
Curious Minds is seeking an external partner who can support us to explore and demonstrate the value of our ‘sector support’ work to our stakeholders and the impact it has had on individuals, organisations, sectors and locations.
Dan Williamson, ArtReach Producer for Journeys Festival International, shares some insights from his research work with Curious Minds about how creative and cultural education can support child refugees as they settle in new communities.
Curious Minds is delighted to announce that its popular modular CPD course - Leading the Arts in your School - will once again be running in 2019-20. Applications are being accepted until September 2019.
Cultural education charity, Curious Minds, has delivered a project designed to facilitate youth engagement with five North West museums through location-specific public arts events called ‘Hope Happenings’.
Taking place at The Lowry in Salford, 'The Thriving Child In The North' will incorporate live-streaming of content from the Royal Opera House, with individually selected speakers and panel members joining us in the room to discuss what it takes for children to truly thrive from a uniquely northern perspective.