Family Arts Standards Resources
Family Arts Standards Resources
On this page you’ll find case studies, links, resources and further support to help your organisation provide fantastic experiences for families every step of the way.
These resources are commissioned and collated for Family Arts Standards Holders.
Guidance and Self-Evaluation Toolkit
The guidance includes:
- How to advertise that you are signed up to the Standards
- Checklists to help you judge if you fulfil the Family Arts Standards. They also provide an opportunity to think about how you can further improve on what you offer for families.
There are also two versions of the facilities checklist, one for venue based organisations and one for non-venue based organisations.
Strengthening family bonds through the power of music: the Lullaby Project
Irene Taylor Trust's Artistic Director shares initiative supporting marginalised communities
Detectives amongst bookshelves: touring theatre in libraries across Hertfordshire
Nicola tells us how she brought theatre to libraries across Hertfordshire
TOGETHERFEST: Partnership working to engage diverse families
Tracy Linsley, Family Inclusion Officer at Tees Valley Museums, tells...
Sharing the joy of making music – Chamber Tots at Home, Wigmore Hall
Last week, we were delighted to announce that Wigmore Hall...
Co-creation, Innovation and Partnerships with Elders: Royal Exchange Theatre
Nominated for the Best Age Friendly Outreach in the Fantastic...
LS18 Rocks – Connecting children and grandparents through music
LS18 Rocks have been shortlisted for the Best Family Arts...
Bringing museums into families’ homes: Barnsley Museums
Like many other arts organisations across the country, Barnsley Museums...
Connecting, caring and creativity with Lakeland Arts MEND
Lakeland Arts have been shortlisted for the Audience Impact and...
Family Arts Standards Branding
Display your Accreditation:
Families are coming to recognise the Family Arts Standards and Age-Friendly Standards logos as a badge of excellence, and so we encourage you to use the branding on your marketing materials, in your email signature and on your website.
Displaying your Accreditation Online:
On your website: You can use the Family Arts Standards and Age-Friendly Standards logos on your website footer, your email signature and on your e-newsletters. All of these signify to audiences that your events are accredited and verified. We would particularly recommend adding it to any communications going specifically or only to family audiences.
On Event listings: HTML code for Fantastic for Families event badge. We have created a piece of code which you can copy and paste to the bottom of your event listings. This will mean that your listings are automatically accredited and verified by the Family Arts Standards, without the need to upload a an image file. You can also drop this code into the event description box when adding your events to online listings sites.
Great for if you you’re using a WordPress site or need a quick solution without requiring any web development.
Paste this code into your editor:
<img class=””alignright” src=””https://www.familyarts.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/FFF.png”” width=””125″” height=””80″” />
The Standards logo, which indicates your overall family friendly offer, to be used in your brochure, on your website and in your venue (if you have one). You’ll find this in the Branding Pack.
Not yet an Family Arts Standards Holder?
It’s easy to sign up…
- First, read the Family Arts Standards in full
- Ask your Chief Executive or Head of Department to email confirmation to Head of Family Arts Campaign Anna.Dever@thealbany.org.uk
- Let us know a main contact for this activity within your organisation
- You will then receive an email confirming your registration along with the logo and brand guidelines
Header – Oily Cart
First Image – Doncaster Community Arts
Second Image – Summer Staycation Put Your Heart into Art
Third Image – Walthamstow Garden Party
Fourth Image – Maritime Museum