Children’s Art Week 2023

Art & Design


29th June 2023

Children’s Art Week 2023

Children’s Art Week 2023 is a national event to promote learning through artworks, artists, museums and galleries. The event was set up by the leading charity, Engage, the National Association for Gallery Education. Children’s Art Week has now become an annual event across the UK, with many organisations hosting free activities and events to encourage children, young people and families to engage with visual arts.  

Children’s Art Week 2023

This year the event will take place across three weeks, from 29th June to 19th July. Here at Cornerstones, we are really looking forward to taking part by suggesting ways to get your school involved.   

How do I get involved? 

Over the course of the next few weeks, we’ll be providing free activities and resources that you can use with your class. To access these, please follow Cornerstones Education on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook or LinkedIn. Our resources and activities will focus on the following topics.  

Nature in Art: Thurs 29th July–Wed 5th July 
Culture in Art: Thurs 6th July–Wed 12th July 
Art Movements: Thurs 13th July–Wed 19th July 

We always love to hear from you, so why not post or tag us in some of your favourite moments or share with us some examples of children’s work? We’ll also be doing some amazing giveaways, so who knows, you might be lucky enough to win a set of these fantastic art books!  

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