Young Arts AIMS: To inspire young people with lasting enthusiasm for the Arts To encourage an awareness for Arts Heritage and Conservation Young Persons Art Competition 2020 Subject Title: “My Grantham” Categories: Ages 10-12, 13-14 and 15-16 Artwork to be size A3 in any medium Your name address and date of birth must be written on the back of work Young Arts - Young Persons Art Competition has been postponed to 2021. Click here for further information Photos of three of the winners of the Golden Arts Awards To coincide with the Golden Jubilee of our parent organisation The Arts Society (formerly known as NADFAS) your Society is offering an award for the most promising artist - chosen by 5 local schools and given throughout 2018/19. This Award is known as the "Golden Arts Award", and features a cash award and a splendid certificate created for each recipient by member June Graveson. Recipients are:- 1. King's School - Ben Sharp 2. West Grantham Academy (St Hugh's) - Megan Reid 3. Grantham College - Maddie Lainchbury 4. Walton Girls' - Millie Whitlock 5. Kesteven & Grantham Girls School - Charlotte Smith. Right Charlotte Smith receiving her award. CROXTON KERRIAL ARCHAEOLOGICAL PROJECT This is an exciting and unusual project, bringing to the attention of young and old the results of an archaeological dig on an important mediæval/Anglo Saxon site in Croxton Kerrial. The project is planned to run from July 2017-July 2018 and will aim to disseminate the archæological finds from the dig and their historical, cultural and artistic/design significance to local school audiences, the local community and district. Materials to be created will include a professionally executed visual moving drone site survey and 3D artwork/modelling. Children will also be invited to participate in a dig. See details of recent activity at Croxton Kerrial. Web site designed, created and maintained by Janet Groome Handshake Computer Training.
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