Join the Family Arts Campaign and early years experts Turned On Its Head for an exclusive online how-to session on creating accessible, creative experiences for very young children and their families.
Date and time: 2 May 2019, 10.30-12.30
Liz Clark, Artistic Director of TOIH will discuss the value of arts in early years creative, how you can reach families, how to cater for diverse audience needs, and will share ideas for bringing the whole family together through early years activities.
The session will also include time to ask the expert so bring your questions for Liz on how to make your programme accessible and engaging for little ones and their family members.
What will I gain?
More information about the benefits of early years arts activity
Ideas on how to implement accessible family friendly activities in your theatre, gallery, museum or arts venue
Practical advice on how to get more families interested and engaged in your cultural offer
Answers to any questions you have about early years activities
Information on how to become even more family friendly with the support of the Family Arts Campaign
Who is it for?
Representatives from arts and culture organisations who wish to create engaging experiences for very young children and their families
Those who have never set up activities/events for very young children or those who would like to know more about how to become more inclusive to children of all ages
Those with existing experience of working with early years who wish to discuss and share challenges with each other in a collaborative peer learning environment
How do I take part?
We will be using an online training platform called WebEx for this event. Before booking, please complete our online training checklist to ensure you get the most out of this training.