BCA receives award nomination for Culture Challenge



BCA receives award nomination for Culture Challenge


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Bedford Creative Arts has been nominated for the national Cultural Charity Award from the Creative Learning Guild for The Culture Challenge. 

The Creative Learning Guild launched this new award to “celebrate the inspirational innovators, educators and practitioners who live and breathe creative learning”. The Cultural Charity Award is about recognising the difference a single charity makes in delivering, promoting or supporting creative learning.

The Culture Challenge, which brings together cultural providers and schools to enable cultural experiences for children and young people, has been developed by Kayte Judge at BCA in collaboration with head teachers, young people, and cultural practitioners. The project has been funded by the Royal Opera House BridgeThe Harpur TrustBedford Borough CouncilArts Gateway MKUniversity of BedfordshireMilton Keynes CouncilThe Bedfordshire + Milton Keynes Collaborative Network, Aspire Higher and Bedford Borough Learning Exchange.

The shortlist is due to be announced soon – watch this space!


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