Culture Street is developed by the award winning team that brought you ArtisanCam, Film Street, Read and Review and ArtisanCam Performance. ArtisanCam won a prestigious BAFTA in 2008, a BETT award in 2007 and was nominated for the highly regarded Webby awards.
Content produced using funding from the following sources is hosted on Culture Street:
ArtisanCam, originally commissioned by Culture Online, part of the Department for Culture, received additional funding from Cumbria and Lancashire Education Online (CLEO), Arts Council England and Creative Partnerships.
Film Street, originally commissioned by Culture Online and developed by First Light Movies, CBBC, British Film Institute, UK Film Council, Creative Partnerships also received additional funding from London Grid for Learning ( LGFL) and First Light Movies.
ArtisanCam Performance received funding from Newcastle City Council, Northern Stage and Arts Council England North East .
Read and Review received funded from Cultural Hubs, a DFES initiative.
All of these websites were produced by Artistsatwork.org and Notion 23 who now produce Culture Street. We regularly collaborate with a wide range of cultural venues and partners including Arts Council Collections; BALTIC, Centre for Contemporary Art; The Bowes Museum; Lakeland Arts Trust; The British Museum; Crafts Council; Northern Stage; Yorkshire Sculpture Park and Bloomsbury Children's Books.
As Culture Street, we’ve been able to draw together our family of creative websites in one place. Funded by Arts Council England we’re very excited to now partner Arts Award in supporting pupils in developing their creative and leadership talents and gaining accreditation.