Children’s Art Week is run by Engage, the National Association for Gallery Education.
Children’s Art Week will see thousands of children and their families taking part in fun, creative activities at home and in schools that will help children and young people to be inspired, engaged and entertained by art. Over the past months, the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted how essential creativity and the visual arts are for learning, connecting and wellbeing.
Children’s Art Week will take place across three weeks it runs in June and July. The 2020 theme for week commencing 29 June is The Natural World. The aim of Children’s Art Week is to encourage families and children to take part in creative activities that they may not have tried before. It’s all about showing the importance of creativity and art in everyday life.
The Natural World
To celebrate the natural world, there is so many things you can do. The natural world includes plants and animals, soil, rocks, water, and air. Now that Summer is well and truly on its way, why not take inspiration from the natural world around you. You could paint a typical Summer scene or draw a flower that has freshly bloomed or the sunny blue skies.
Be inspired and create!
Please note: This is a private event.