British Art Show 9 Learning Programmes

British Art Show 9 (BAS9) will be exhibiting in Wolverhampton from March to May 2021. The show will be held at Wolverhampton School of Art, Wolverhampton Art Gallery and around the city centre. British Art Show is acknowledged as one of the most important recurrent exhibitions of contemporary art produced in this country and is unrivalled in its scope and national reach. 
We want to build BAS9 learning programmes that are co-created, dynamic and inclusive, to do this we need to listen to, and work with, creative arts teachers who understand the impact of high quality creative learning and hold valuable insights into what young people want and need in their creative arts education. 
Due to the exhibition time frame and uncertainty around venue access and possible student travel restrictions we will be creating a range of physical and online learning opportunities. All physical activities will take place in small socially distanced groups that adhere to up to date government guidelines.

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* 1. We will be developing a range of ways that students and teachers can engage with BAS9 exhibitions. Please select up to 4 of the following activities that you feel would be of most value to your students and creative curriculum.

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* 2. We will be developing a range of BAS9 learning and progression activities and opportunities for students. Please select up to 4 of the following activities that you feel would be of most value to your students and creative curriculum.

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* 3. We are aiming to work with a smaller group of teachers/schools to design bespoke BAS9 learning programmes and activities around their creative curriculum and students needs. Is this something that would be of interest to you/your school?

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* 4. We will be building a series of CPD, training and creative workshop opportunities for teachers. Which of the following themes would be of interest to you?

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* 5. We will be  developing a BAS9 'Young Creative Ambassadors' group to co-create the BAS9 learning programmes. This will involve sharing and building ideas, creating exhibition reviews/guides, developing film/social media content etc. Are there individuals and/or groups of young people in your school that this opportunity would be suitable for?

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* 6. We will be developing a BAS9 'Creative Teacher Ambassador’ group to support in the planning and design of BAS9 learning programmes. This will include planning sessions, co-designing resources, developing learning tours, creating on-line content etc. Is this something that you would be interested in being part of?

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* 7. Would you like to be kept up to date about British Art Show learning programmes and opportunities?

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* 8. Your details

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* 9. What type of education setting do you work in?

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