Summer Arts Adventures – week one complete!

On Monday 24 July from 8.45am the group started to arrive. By Tuesday 25 July at 3.30pm, 22 children aged 7-11 had made a book, worked on drama, adventure story ideas, weaving, lino printing, used the beautiful historic printing press, foil illumination, fabric collage and created and shown live performance/presentations to an audience of family and friends.

They worked with Julia Swarbrick, Nudrat Mughal and Kerry Tuhill, plus our fantastic volunteers, Roisin, Asiyah and Tinta.

It’s incredible, every year-these children achieve so much in such a short time; they surprise themselves with how much they can do. Each session is only 45 minutes so they – and we – work very fast!

Parents’ feedback from Monday and Tuesday (Discover)
“[My son] had a lovely time and thank you for having him.”
“Thank you for everything, she had a really good time. She loved being in the museum and the mummy of course. She especially liked doing the drama with the group of new friends she made. Looking forward to coming back in August.”
“Thank you for entertaining [my daughter] she had a fab time.”
“The girls did really enjoy it and I would definitely send them again when it comes up. Thank you so much.”
“[My son] really enjoyed it.”
“Cheers, she really enjoyed it.”
“[My daughter] had a great time. Many thanks.”
“Both [brother and sister] really enjoyed the sessions.”

So did we!
Still places left for 31 July and 1 August (Monday and Tuesday)
Those completing Discover can develop work for Explore on 14 and 15 August. Only £15 per day!

Contact Kerry Tuhill to discuss any details on content/ additional needs.
Or go to Blackburn Museum directly for info, or call 01254 667130 to book at the Museum.

Thank you to all artists, volunteers, children and families – we loved working with you!
Also to the Museum and Arts/Heritage staff and Sara from Blackburn Children’s University

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