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Culture Street

Culture Street

Service Pack: Core Service

Subject: Art

Interactive resources to inspire young people to get started and share their creativity

Culture Street is a one-stop destination to introduce young people to contemporary artists, writers, curators and performers and their amazing work - both online and in the real world - on the Art, Stage, Museums and Book channels. The aim is to encourage creativity in the classroom and beyond, and where a child lives shouldn’t be a barrier to the arts.

The website is jam-packed full of interactive resources to inspire young people to get started and share their work. There’s everything from making a clay coil pot, an animation, or a book, to understanding what the Turner Prize is all about. Check out the have a go and reviews, and what is sections for more.

Practical support for creative projects is in the workshop section. Here, we feature a wide range of filmed classroom workshops, led by our collaborations with professional artists from many different art forms.

You might have come across our former sites such as ArtisanCam, Film Street or ArtisanCam Performance. ArtisanCam was nominated for the prestigious Webby awards and won a BETT award in 2007 and a BAFTA in 2008. Culture Street now draws together the family of creative websites in one place. The revised Culture Street site has been funded by Arts Council England and continues to receive support from LGfL.

Access to Learning Resources both in and away from school site is freely available with a TRUSTnet Core Service subscription.

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Permitted uses:

  • Downloading and editing of photographs and text for educational use within the school community, including viewing by students' parents
  • Downloading and editing photographs and text for educational use within the school community, including viewing by students' parents – but with access restricted to the school community, controlled by TRUSTnet USO login
  • Creation of new educational material using elements from this and other TRUSTnet learning resources

Not permitted:

  • Downloading and re–editing of video resources
  • Republishing of any material in a different hosting environment or format
  • Removal of any LGfL branding embedded within assets
  • Removal of any content-provider branding embedded within licensed resources
  • Any commercial use of the resource
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*An unauthorised user is defined as a child or adult who does not attend a TRUSTnet - connected school. Parents of children in TRUSTnet schools are exempted from this definition to the extent that and only in so far as parents are encouraged to log in with their children to view resources that support home learning.

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Super Action Comic Maker is a good resource for encouraging boys to write.

Suitable for all SEN. The Art area allows you to watch famous artists at work.

There is auditory, visual and text support for Visually Impaired children.