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Cultural Education Challenge

The Cultural Education Challenge is a call for the arts, culture and children's services sectors to work together in offering a consistent, and high quality, arts and cultural education for all children and young people - see more here.

As part of the challenge, Curious Minds will be working on behalf of Arts Council England to establish cross-sector Local Cultural Education Partnerships across Lancashire.  In the first instance, the areas of focus will be Lancaster; Pennine Lancashire; and Preston.

In order to explore the contribution of arts and cultural organisations in improving outcomes for children and young people, a briefing session is to be held, followed by a Cultural Expo event which provides an opportunity to network with other arts and cultural organisations and explore ways in which you can work together.

Details of the events are below - you can book your place by following the links provided.  Further information can also be accessed via the Curious Minds website:

Briefing event: Wednesday 10 Feburary 2016, The Harris Preston, 2.00pm - 4.00pm: book here

Cultural Education Expo: Wednesday 9 March 2016, The Harris Preston, 2.00pm - 6.00pm: book here

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