Promote your event
Publicity and Press
engage are working with a PR Consultant and other partners to publicise Children's Art Week. You may want to get some publicity in regional and national press, to attract participants to your event, or as advocacy for your organisation. engage has produced some guidelines and a template press release which you could use to promote your event.
- Children's Art Week PR Guidelines
- Children's Art Week 2016 Press Release template (Word doc)
Children's Art Week events added to the engage website are available to view on the Events Listings page, take a look to see the wide range of organisations taking part, and the creative activities that will take place! So that engage can promote your event as best we can, please endure your event details are correct and up to date – click here to add to or amend these.
Join in on Social Media
Follow engage on Twitter and Instagram @engagevisualart and use the hashtag #ChildrensArtWeek for updates, or search for ‘engageinthevisualarts’on Facebook. Why not use the hashtag to highlight your own Children’s Art Week activities – we’ll do our best to retweet as many tweets as we can spot!
Logos and credit
Please use the logo and credit wherever your Children's Art Week event appears on your websites, emails and in print.
- Children's Art Week logo (big)- purple circle
- Children's Art Week logo (big)- black and white text
- Children's Art Week logo (small)- purple circle
- Children's Art Week logo (small)- black and white text
- All four together (.zip file)
- engage, Children's Art Week and funders logo bar
Please include the Children's Art Week credit: Children’s Art Week 2016 is run by engage, the National Association for Gallery Education and supported by the National Association for Decorative and Fine Arts Societies (NADFAS), the Finnis Scott Foundation and the Garfield Weston Foundation.
We ask all event organisers to send us jpeg images from their events. Whenever photos are taken, please obtain the appropriate written permission from participants. It's usually most practical to ask people as they enter an event to sign a form, or if you are working with a group of children unaccompanied by parents, you will need to have obtained permission to use their photos before any are taken.
engage has produced some template forms which you could adapt and use to gain photo permission.
- Photo Release form to give to parents/guardians (Word doc)
- Photo Release form to give to a teacher/group leader (Word doc)