Award Winning ExpertiseTES FE Award for Outstanding Innovation in Teaching & Learning 2011 (FEED Initiative)
Inspired by FEED Model: ‘Sharing Innovative Approaches and Overcoming Barriers in 16-19…’ Nfer/DfE, April 2015
Combating inequality through creative and cultural education
We empower young people to smash through glass ceilings. Talent is everywhere, but opportunity is not. We help young people to dream big encouraging the youth of today to become the change makers of tomorrow.
Firmly grounded in 30 years of creative arts education practice, with award winning results, we are now working hard in the community to address the two key societal challenges of the day–inequality and poor wellbeing.
Find out how you can tap into the arts to address both of these challenges.
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Our Voices Heard
Birmingham is a diverse, vibrant and young city full of people from all backgrounds. The future of the city depends on what we do now to nurture our children and young people. ‘Our Voices Heard’ is a creative listening exercise designed to give confidence to diverse groups in sharing experiences of the 0-19 Healthy Child Programme.
Refugee Week: Solihull Welcomes
Celebrate Refugee Week in Solihull!
This event has been organised by Solihull Council and a range of other organisations that work with newly arrived and refugee communities.
Solihull Welcomes will take place on Wednesday 22nd June at The Core between 12pm and 6pm. It will be a celebration of Solihull as a welcoming borough for people from all over the world who are in need and require sanctuary. Guests will be treated to an afternoon of music, arts, poetry and theatre from around the world
Image by Nima Javan for Refugee Week
commitment to accessibility
Art at the Heart is committed to making our arts activities accessible for all. The venues from which we operate are carefully selected to be family friendly, with easy access for buggies and wheelchair users. All have baby-changing and easy access facilities, with access to drinking water, with some venues offering refreshments.
The Courtyard Gallery in The Core, Solihull has additional seating available on request if required. If arriving by car, there is lift access from the subterranean car park to gallery level as well as ramp access from Homer Road.
Langley Primary School has free parking outside with a slight ramp to access The Hive.
If you have enquiries/worries or suggestions about facilities, please do make sure to contact us at
firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 07772 319303
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