We give a voice to young people in schools, communities and organisations by creating high impact participatory arts projects. Our work raises social awareness and inspires people to make a positive creative impact on the places they live, work, study and play.
"EEA shaped this workshop with your young people to make it relevant and meaningful to their everyday lives and was delivered in both a sensitive and positive way. It got the year group and the community talking about often taboo subjects."Fiona, Head of Year 13 at Thomas Tallis Secondary School
A training programme that aims to diversify voices and amplify opportunities in UK's cultural sector
Cultural Education Partnerships (CEPs) are cross-sector, strategic partnerships that work together to unite and improve cultural education for children and young people in their local area.
We use the Arts, Music, Drama, Dance to identify tips and tools students can use in their everyday lives to improve wellbeing as well as identify, manage and express their feelings
Creative Activism inspires young people to unpick global and social issues, express their opinions and become informed, active and aware citizens in their school and wider community.
Our latest Creative Learning project inviting KS2 children and their families to venture into places of limitless possibility by peeking into the imaginations of others.
Creative and practical drama techniques and exercises to help build motivation and confidence
Helping schools to cascade creativity throughout the school on their journey to gaining their Artsmark accreditation.
The Arts LAB is about exploring the experimental nature of what happens when two art forms collide with one another creating a cross art form fusion.
As our interactive installation arrives at your school or heritage space, our team of Collectors will introduce you to their horde of the most intriguing and unique objects the world has to offer.
Helping you develop a key measure in the new Ofsted Framework
Our activities and workshop programmes are family-friendly and our trained facilitators aim to welcome, stimulate and inspire the children.
The Arts Awards is accredited learning that opens the door to understanding, experiencing and developing the arts.