With the Young Arts Task Force
The Society is committed to helping young people to appreciate their art, and Fine Art in particular. A budget of £1,100 is allocated from the “Gift Aid” rebate which the Society receives each year. A “Young Art Task Force”, led by Angela Stein, recommends the allocation of funds each year.
Past Highlights :
In the past 12 years, the Society has sponsored 17 schools and promoted no less than 32 creative projects and many special awards. Innovation has been the key with notable initiatives ranging from hugely successful “Life-Drawing days” to “Art Therapy” with several projects directed at disadvantaged young people.
Members are invited to make suggestions for our Young Art Programme. Contact: email@example.com
supports “Young Art” with:
£1,100 a year (on average)
Local schools supported
Highly innovative projects
Huge welcome from schools
Primary and Secondary
Awards, prizes and certificates
GREAT SCHOOL PROJECTS and PRIZES GALORE!
The Arts Society Moor Park sponsorship has been exceptionally successful in recent times.
Here are some of the highlights :
Bishop Ramsey School, Ruislip
THE FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY SUNDIAL FROM BISHOP RAMSEY SCHOOL
To commemorate The Arts Society Moor Park's 50th anniversary, our Young Arts chairman, Angela Stein, commissioned a sundial in 2017. It was designed and created by students of Bishop Ramsey School in Ruislip. The finished sundial was presented to Moor Park on 18 October 2018 and is installed below the flagpole in front of the Mansion.
Angela Stein, chairman of The Arts Society Moor Park Young Arts Group, with students and staff from Bishop Ramsey School.
Northwood School and Eastbury Farm School
Mounted art works and a collage sponsored by The Arts Society Moor Park
St Joan of Arc, Rickmansworth
CONGRATULATIONS TO TWO STUDENTS FROM ST. JOAN OF ARC
Daniel Morgan, from St. Joan of Arc School, being presented with book tokens by current Chairman, Angela Stein, for winning the National Chairman's competition. Two of his fellow students won second and third prize and all three received a certificate.
Eduarda Craveiro from Joan of Arc School, being presented with our YA trophy and an Art book.
A special project called “Expressive Art Week” involving disadvantaged children who showed remarkable creativity.
Artist in Residence working with the whole school on a colourful frieze for the school dining room based on “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”
Eastbury Farm Primary School
12 years of ambitious YOUNG ART initiatives !
17 Hertfordshire / Middlesex schools, 32 projects. Many awards and prizes organised by the Society’s Young Art Task Force. Inspiring disadvantaged children through art at the RNIB Sunshine House and Grangewood School were special moments, as were memorable Art Therapy days.
Hello Teachers and past students !
If you would like your school to be considered for The Arts Society Moor Park Sponsorship contact Angela Stein, Chairman, Young Art Task Force by email at firstname.lastname@example.org