Children's Art Week will take place across the UK from Saturday 8 to Sunday 16 June 2019. Children's Art Week is open to venues of all types and sizes to devise and register visual arts events for children and families — from museums and galleries, libraries, community halls and schools, to individual artists and makers.
Children's Art Week is run by Engage, the National Association for Gallery Education, and supported in 2019 by the Arts Society and The D’Oyly Carte Charitable Trust.
Social Works?: Live — hosted in partnership between Axisweb and Manchester Metropolitan University — is about working in the open and sharing ideas with a network of people involved in socially engaged practice. Connected by critical engagement as an essential part of the field, the event will explore the infrastructural conditions needed to give those involved in the sector the means to enter into valuable and validating exchanges. Social Works?: Live will take the form of a social art festival—with artist-run ‘stalls’—and a ‘live publication’ process, forming the basis of Social Works? Journal, vol. 2.
b-side festival returns for 9 days of art that shines the spotlight on the rugged isle's intriguing history, geology and landscape.
A special artists’ talk and guided tour of two exhibitions by artists Holly Rowan Hesson and Ellen Sampson in association with CVAN North West and Warrington Contemporary Arts Festival.
Fluorescent is a new kind of arts festival, bringing artists and businesses together to create a platform for innovative, contemporary art work to be displayed in the workplace. Fluorescent celebrates the cultural mix that brings this great city alive and contributes to the inspirational spirit of Soho.
It’s All About The River is a month-long film festival on the banks of the River Tamar.