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In this our 20th year, it is fantastic to be recognised for our work over the years, now reaching in excess of 46,00 children and adults a year. We have forged lasting relationships with a range of partners across the private sector that support our work. The Arts Award includes a cheque for £3,000, and Young at Art are pleased to be able to put this towards an even bigger programme of activity at the upcoming Belfast Children's Festival 9-14 March.
The strong partnership with Translink won the Cultural Branding Award and was shortlisted in the Cultural Engagement Award. Translink places a lot of value in the creativity and innovation that Young at Art bring to their brand and to meeting core commercial objectives and delivering on CSR. Young at Art relishes the chance to develop bespoke performances, to create fun and engaging marketing materials, and to engage with schools and communities, meeting wider organisational core values of bringing quality arts experiences to all children, regardless of who they are or where they are from.
We thank our staff, board members, artists, event managers & volunteers, past and present, and the host of amazing funders, sponsors, supporters and friends.
You can read the Arts & Business NI Awards 2018 supplement here
Winner of the Allianz Art & Business NI Arts Award was Young at Art. From left: Sean McGrath, CEO, Allianz; Eibhlin de Barra, Director Young at Art, Maria Lee Chair, Young at Art Board; Martin Bradley, MBE, Chair and Mary Nagele, Chief Executive, Arts & Business NI
Winner of the Allianz Art & Business NI Cultural Branding Award was Young at Art & Translink. From left: Mary Nagele, Chief Executive, Arts & Business NI; Eibhlin de Barra, Director, Young at Art; Lynda Shannon, Translink and Sean McGrath, CEO, Allianz
Young at Art Board and staff members: Alicia Peyrano, Tim Newell, Phil Morrow (recently stepped down from Board), Eibhlin de Barra, Maria Lee, Orla McGrady, Sarah Kelly, Nikki McQuillan