The UK’s most creative can now enjoy the first virtual art academy

Creative people in the UK will now have a chance to receive art training online, thanks to the first virtual arts academy. This is the first academy of this type in the UK and it was officially launched several days ago.

One of the people responsible for this modern academy is Andrew Bernadi. At the launch ceremony, he spoke about the benefits of these academies and how they can help young people develop their skills and take advantage of unique opportunities for development.

The academy, which is open for children and adults up to the age of 25, has already awoken the interest of hundreds of people. The organisation is backed up by the local businesses and the West Sussex County Council. David Sword, director of learning at the city council, said: “What we have here is one of the first 21st century academies in the UK. Hopefully, many others will be developed soon.

The opening ceremony was held on November 7, at the Sedgwick Park House. It started with performances by the West Sussex Music Service Saxophone Sextet and the Southwater Junior Academy Choir.

David Sword continued: “The children you saw at the ceremony have a talent which must be developed. There are thousands of others kids who have valuable talents, but can’t develop them due to lack of training, funding or job opportunities. We hope that the new virtual arts academy will help dancers, actors, artists, musicians and other people to develop their talents.”

The academy’s goal is to offer new job opportunities to young people and better academic and cultural education. The valuable education and opportunities can help young people develop themselves despite the diminishing public resources and the competitive job market.