Hyundai Motor Company

Artis has partnered Hyundai Motor Company to develop a Korean creative learning platform to support the younger generation to develop a greater capacity for original thought, to express their ideas and boost collaboration and leadership skills.


Hyundai Motor is delighted to collaborate with Artis to develop a Korean creative learning platform. This platform is all about presenting ways to stimulate children’s imaginations, build their courage to take risks and to celebrate their innate sense of creativity.

  Hyundai Motor Company
Royal Northern College of Music

Artis is a Professional Partner of the Royal Northern College of Music (RNCM). This encompasses the accreditation of our Postgraduate Diploma in Performing Arts Leadership (PGDip PAL), the support of trained musicians to acquire new skills beyond performance, the sharing of best practice and the diversification of the curriculum.


The RNCM is very proud of its relationship with Artis, which is unique in the HE sector and geared towards the provision of quality artistic experience for school children on a systematic and regular basis. The RNCM is the validating body for the Postgraduate Diploma programme that Artis runs for its Specialists and we have been impressed by Artis’ commitments to these educators and their students: we wholeheartedly endorse the extensive network of high-quality learning activities they have been building up around the UK.

  Prof. Linda Merrick, Vice-Principal, Royal Northern College of Music

As content partner, Artis shares its teaching resources through TES, the largest network of teachers in the world.

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Thank you so much for sharing, you are helping to inspire teachers and students all over the world!

  C Hill, member of the TES Panel
The Prince’s Foundation for Children & the Arts

The Prince’s Foundation for Children & the Arts engaged Artis to deliver an extensive professional development programme that raises standards through the arts. Artis Impact is based on an effective interdisciplinary methodology called Learning Through the Arts, a proven transformative educational programme from Canada.


We know that immersing children in the arts can increase confidence, unlock creativity and raise aspirations. Artis’ work is doing this in schools across the country and we were very pleased to partner them to develop Artis Impact.

  Jeremy Newton, The Prince’s Foundation for Children & the Arts Chief Executive
Sing Up

Sing Up is an award-winning not-for-profit organisation providing the complete singing solution for schools, with access to the unique Song Bank, tailored resources, training and personalised support. Singing improves learning, confidence, health and social development and enhance whole school development. Sing Up’s cross-curricular tools and support put singing at the heart of school life, building the benefits of singing into teaching throughout the whole school day.


Sing Up and Artis share many of the same beliefs and approaches to working with schools. Both organisations believe passionately in the power of creativity and the arts in education, and seek to work with schools to enable them to harness the benefits of embedding the arts across the curriculum and throughout the school day. We are delighted to be working in partnership with such a visionary organisation who do great work, and look forward to sharing our collective insights, expertise and knowledge with each other and with the schools we work with.

  Michelle James, Sing Up Chief Executive

Registered Charity Number 1174635