Tailoring A Visual Arts Offer To Families

There is a range of resources to enable engagement of family audiences with the arts.

About Tailoring A Visual Arts Offer To Families

When tailoring a visual arts offer to families, the following artistic differences may be suggested:

  • Explorer Families – more similar to an adult art offer, but with educational elements; opportunities for a creatively more innovative offer if seen to be relevant
  • Home and Family – a more conventional artistic offer, strongly linked to other areas of interest [e.g. general history], but with opportunities for social elements and activities for the children
  • Kids First Families – a focus on low-cost, active and child-focused art, with an emphasis on excitement and enjoyment.

There is a range of resources to enable engagement of family audiences with the arts, including a family friendly toolkit, available on CultureHive http://culturehive.co.uk/resources/family-friendly-toolkit

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