Welcome to AccessArt
Did you know AccessArt is the UK’s largest charitable organisation supporting visual arts teaching and learning?
We’re glad you found us!
“We wanted to create an art curriculum which would help primary schools deliver a really exciting, rich and forward thinking visual arts education, whilst at the same time giving non-specialist and often inexperienced teachers the support they need to feel confident and happy teaching art.”
We hope you enjoy exploring. Thank you to the Team for months of hard work and to the many experts who gave advice during its formation.
Best wishes, Paula Briggs, Creative Director, AccessArt
We’re really proud of our new curriculum and we hope you like it too. Over the next few weeks we’ll be sharing some of its key features, but here’s a taster of why we think this art curriculum is really special.
We’re pleased to welcome you to our dynamic creative community! We’re here to support teachers, artists, educators, parents and learners.
AccessArt is a charity which supports visual arts teaching and learning. Established in 1999, we advocate the importance of high quality visual arts education for all, and we enable and inspire this through the UK’s largest collection of online resources and through CPD and training & network events.
We work in partnership with teachers & schools, artists, educators, arts & cultural organisations and universities, both in the UK and overseas.
Meet the team, find out what makes us special, and find out how to join AccessArt.
“I think you are doing such important work. Creativity is how we can encounter the world, and deal with almost anything and everything. It is what makes us human and humane.” Alice Kettle, Textile Artist
The AccessArt Drawing Journey for Ages 5 to 11
The AccessArt Drawing Journey is our latest offering to Primary Schools.
Drawing skills underpin so many aspects of the visual arts. Use the carefully curated resources in the AccessArt Drawing Journey to help build both skills and enjoyment of drawing for all pupils (and teachers!).
“The AccessArt Drawing Journey has been so cleverly put together. We’re really looking forward to using it across the school.”