Attending a concert or wandering around a gallery is no longer enough to engage young people with the arts
30 September 2014
We need to act on young people's demands for active - not passive - engagement, says the Chief Executive of Sydney Opera House.
22 September 2014
Is introducing children to opera smug parenting or a valuable cultural eye-opener?
20 August 2014
A provocative call for a rethink of the value of arts education in a society that underestimates the social, economic and political impact of arts and culture
How the Write an Opera course inspires school pupils: ‘They don’t need a talent show judge to tell them they’re great'
6 August 2014
The story behind one school’s production, which has empowered them to tour their work.
‘The best experience I’ve ever had’: Thurrock’s youth sing their hearts out with A Little Thing Called Life
8 July 2014
FUSED Festival comes to a close with premiere of new work by youth vocal group RM19.
1 July 2014
The group of 11 to 25-year-olds compose, design and stage A Little Thing Called Life in conjunction with a number of artists.
24 June 2014
Free backstage careers fair offers workshops, networking hubs and an ‘Ask the experts’ zone, on 17 October.
12 June 2014
As the curtain falls on Dialogues des Carmélites, a look at a remarkable project.
4 June 2014
With the importance of music in education once more in the headlines, what music would you ensure everyone had access to?
24 May 2014
Ahead of this weekend’s Chance to Dance performance, we asked a participant, teacher and a Royal Ballet Soloist why experiencing dance at a young age is so valuable.