Art in Education delivers dynamic, imaginative and multi-disciplinary creative education projects for a diverse range of people including toddlers, special needs individuals, young people, artists, adults, and the ‘general public’. A multitude of successful projects have been executed in major galleries and museums, special needs centres, infant, primary and secondary schools, hospitals and community groups.


Established by art educator Julie Beech, Art in Education delivers individually designed projects which draw on a variety of themes and art forms, often collaborating with other established artists, poets, circus performers, actors and musicians to facilitate inspiring, inclusive and imaginative projects with the aim of providing a platform for experiential, enthusiastic learning.


“Real creativity comes from finding your medium, from being in your element. When people find their medium, they discover their real creative strengths and come into their own.”

Ken Robinson


Tailored to suit the individual needs of the participants Art in Education projects:

  • Provide an enjoyable environment for learning
  • Teach core art skills
  • Enhance curriculum subjects
  • Encourage experimentation and risk taking
  • Raise self esteem and confidence
  • Build community and team participation
  • Cross cultural boundaries through the universal language of art


Complimenting the creative workshops, Art in Education also manages the delivery of longer term creative education projects, encompassing:

  • Strategic planning
  • Content development
  • Logistics programming
  • Budget management
  • Marketing and communication
  • Evaluation and report writing


“Creative, hardworking and resourceful, Julie Beech is an inspirational educator. Her ability to communicate her passion and understanding of art is considerable but her real strength lies in her skill in unlocking the creativity of others.  She engages easily and well with all ages and delivers focused and effective projects, even within challenging circumstances. She is also a joy to work with."                      

Anne Rawcliffe-King, Director, Royal British Society of Sculptors


To discuss the seed of an idea or for further information about previous projects contact Julie Beech.





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