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DIS-Quiet: Backstage 4
22nd June 2020 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Are you 14 to 25?
Then you can do an Arts Award with us – online.
You’ll be recognised for what you’ve learned with a unique and nationally recognised qualification.
Plus you’ll get the opportunity to talk with artists and musicians, watch shows and get to know more about behind-the-scenes of the music world.
You’ll be supported all the way by our DIS-Quiet team including our Youth Programme Manager, Pedro Vaz.
To sign up email email@example.com
Information for Parents and Carers:
DIS-Quiet is Ideas Test’s music and wellbeing project for young people aged between 14 to 25.
All DIS-Quiet sessions are on the video chat and conference platform Zoom.
You will need to download the Zoom app to your computer, smartphone, tablet or laptop, plus have an internet connection to join in.
If you have any issues in accessing a device or with an internet connection, please do contact us so we can try to support you on this.
What is Arts Award?
Arts Award is a range of unique qualifications that supports anyone aged up to 25 to grow as artists and arts leaders, inspiring them to connect with and take part in the wider arts world through taking challenges in an art form – from fashion to digital art, pottery to poetry.
Arts Award can be achieved at five levels, four qualifications and an introductory award.
Find out more at www.artsaward.org.uk
About the sessions
Each DIS-Quiet session will take place in a ‘private room’ on Zoom.
This is so we can make it safe for everyone taking part.
To help with security, we will only let Young People that complete registration in advance to access the sessions.
Before the session starts, they will receive individual Zoom links and Passwords by email. They will have to join in with their names, rather than usernames or online aliases.
When they click into the session, they will be taken to a virtual waiting room, so our team can confirm their names and accept them in the sessions.
In every session, there will be a Support Worker to address and help in any issues.
Sessions will also be recorded for the safety of the young people involved.
This will not be shared publicly or broadcast without your prior consent.
Signing up to DIS-Quiet
Parents/Carers/Young People have to contact our Youth Programme Manager, Pedro Vaz, BEFORE taking part in DIS-quiet.
Registration forms and safeguarding policies will be sent to them to be completed and agreed.
We are happy to book individual sessions with any parents, carers or young people over 18 to answer any questions you might have, any tech issues you may experience and to explain how to access and all our safeguarding procedures in detail.