What’s your pledge?

National charity Action for Children’s Arts is inviting children and young people from across the country to send in a pledge for children’s arts.

Submissions will be used to compile a short pledge-card. This will be issued to politicians nationwide in the run up to the General Election, asking them to guarantee their commitment to providing a future for children’s arts in the UK. Participants can either send in a written or recorded/filmed pledge. Our favourite entries will be compiled into a sound-bite to help spread the message.

 

Here is an example to get you started: “Every child, every year: a play, a concert, a gallery, a museum.”

 

WE WELCOME SUBMISSIONS FROM ANYONE AGED 16 OR UNDER. CLOSING DATE IS 7PM ON MONDAY 8 MAY 2017.

 

How to get involved:

 

  1. Write 25 words that you think make a strong, snappy statement in support of all children in the UK having the chance to watch and participate in creative activities such as music, art, drama or dance.
  2. Create a 15 second audio recording or film that makes a bold statement in support of all children in the UK having the chance to watch and participate in creative activities such as music, art, drama or dance.

Ask a parent/guardian/carer to email your entry to: mimi.doulton@childrensarts.org.uk

In your email please include:

  • Entrant’s name
  • Entrant’s age
  • Entrant’s hometown
  • Contact email address
  • Permission from a parent/guardian/carer to share your submission. If you have sent a video, please state whether or not we may use your image.

 

This information will not be shared at any stage in the process.

 Please note that only the audio will be used from filmed entries unless permission is granted to use your image.

What’s your pledge?

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