Register Now For Children’s Art Week 2016

engage has announced that there are already more than 70 events registered for Children’s Art Week. The event will take place from Saturday 11 to Sunday 19 June and is supported by the National Association for Decorative and Fine Art Societies (NADFAS) and the Kirby Laing Foundation. Last year more than 18,000 children, young people and adults took part in 146 events across England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

There are already more than 70 events registered to take part, and some of the events that families can look forward include creating a model clock tower at the Museum of Croydon in London; building instruments at the Tetley in Leeds; making summer flower crowns at Artwork Studios in Northwich in Cheshire, or joining in a photographic workshop involving portraits and selfies at the Scottish Maritime Museum in Irvine! View the full list and see what’s happening in your local area by clicking here.

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Children’s Art Week events can take place in galleries, arts centres, museums, libraries, schools, and community and youth centres. Those interested in organising an event as part of Children’s Art Week will be able to register their event until the new deadline of Monday 23 May at by clicking here.

All participating venues will receive guidelines, Children’s Art Week stickers and logos, and support in securing publicity from a PR Consultant appointed by engage. Events will be listed on www.childrensartweek.org.uk.

Find out more about the event here: Register Now For Children’s Art Week 2016

Follow engage on Twitter @engagevisualart – search for #ChildrensArtWeek for updates.

 

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