This week 27th January – 2nd February 2020 is census week for the National Mapping of Youth Arts Provision.
Make sure your work is counted in the first ever mapping of arts in youth work settings.
Add your work or find out more now on www.mappingyoutharts.com
Youth workers, youth arts practitioners, youth work organisations, youth ensembles and anyone participating in youth arts in youth work settings, this is your opportunity to make sure your work is counted in the first ever mapping of arts in youth work settings.
Census week begins Monday 27th January and deadline is Sunday 2nd February.
The National Youth Arts Programme is delighted to announce that we have engaged University College Cork to undertake a National Mapping of Youth Arts Provision. This will provide data and evidence on young people’s engagement with the arts in youth work settings across the country. This is an important opportunity to contribute the work of your organisation to a national picture. Alongside the research, an online map of practice will be developed, to showcase the work of your organisation.
A census week will take place 27th January – 2nd February 2020, during which time you will receive a link to the research from us and see it promoted across our social media channels – don’t miss this chance to have your work represented.
Your participation will help create an accurate picture of youth arts practice in youth work settings, increase recognition of arts in youth work and support policy recommendations to make it sustainable. All participants will be entered into a draw for a number of mini grants to be used by the organisation to engage an artist on a small project or buy a piece of equipment. A conference to launch the research, curated by young people and spotlighting their contribution to youth arts policy in Ireland will be held in late April.
We know you’re busy, but please do make sure your work is on the map by inputting your information on www.mappingyoutharts.com where you can also read more about the project.