Horizon 20:20 is our ambitious arts-intervention programme, using regular engaging arts and cultural activity to achieve positive social outcomes for vulnerable young people who have been excluded from mainstream school, or cannot cope in a mainstream learning environment, for a variety of reasons.

The programme is delivered over 7 Education settings across Hampshire. The aim of the programme is to prove the positive impact that the arts can have on young people in non-mainstream education.

The programme does this through:

  • Regular high quality arts interventions across artforms 7 Education settings.
  • Cultural trips
  • Continued Professional Development for art teachers
  • Opportunities to engage with cultural opportunities including exhibitions, collections and cultural offers.

During its second year, Horizon 20:20 worked with 219 young people during more than 1600 learning hours; there were more than 185 days of activity delivered by 25 professional artists and 44 different art forms were used. Watch the video below to learn more about Horizon 20:20

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The knowledge and thought provoking conversations between the curator and the young people in the Agnes Martin exhibition just showed how much they engaged with the sessions. Then seeing the pride and satisfaction of the young people when they saw their own work professionally exhibited was incredible.

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