NADFAS and Young People

Photo by Matt Austin © Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery, Exeter City Council

 

NADFAS provides children and young people with exciting opportunities to get involved in creative arts activities. Our work with young people builds a lasting enthusiasm for the arts and an awareness of arts heritage and its conservation.

 

Young Arts opportunities are organised by individual Societies. Some Societies have on-going Young Arts Groups while others fund one-off Young Arts Projects.

 

Young Arts Groups

Young Arts Groups are Society based. Volunteers organise regular arts related activities for members aged 8-18. Young Arts Groups usually meet about once a month and a typical programme might include practical, creative workshops and gallery visits.

 

Young Arts Projects

NADFAS Societies conduct a wide range of Young Arts Projects ranging from running arts awards to funding artists in residence in primary schools.

Find out what the press have said about NADFAS Young Arts in the Business Magazine for Education.

 

Young Arts Newsletters

Click on the links below to view the newsletters

Young Arts Newsletter November 2015.

Young Arts Newsletter March 2015.

 

Church Trails 

Encourage young people and families to engage with your Church's history, architecture and furnishings by researching and designing a Church Trail for Children.

 

Getting Involved

All our volunteers who work with young people must be members of NADFAS - either as Society Members or Affiliate Members. There are NADFAS Societies all over the country, many involved with Young Arts or Church Trails. 

 

If you are interested in becoming a member of NADFAS you will find more information here