We’re delighted to announce that our new Illustration In-House resources will be generously funded by Arts Council England’s Emergency Response Fund.
Since the pandemic has closed our education studio for now, we are commissioning illustrators to design new activities to help children and young people get creative at home in lockdown and beyond.
Here’s what’s coming soon to a screen, printer or community or schools network near you this summer.
Resources for parents-turned-teachers
We’re making our Illustrating the Curriculum KS2 teaching resources parent-friendly with illustrator-educator Toya Walker. From making story tiles to illustrating emotions, these will help you explore curriculum topics in new and creative ways.
Imagining the Future with One of My Kind
Collaborative publishing practice One of My Kind will be designing activities for 5-12 year olds to use illustration skills to explore the future of nature and architecture.
Mini Change-Makers on mini screens
Illustrator-educator Grace Holliday’s Mini Change-Makers workshops support under 5s and their families to connect with ‘big issues’. Our new resources will enable families with smart phones to explore topics like the importance of trees, how to grow plants and recycling through creative making.
Grace will be collaborating with young parents from All Change’s Inspire! group to make sure activities are as accessible and fun as they are ambitious.
Resources will be available later this summer.
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