Get Creative Family Arts Festival website opens – upload exhibition details now to be a Festival highlight!

Get Creative Family Arts Festival website opens – upload exhibition details now to be a Festival highlight!

This year’s Family Arts Festival will take place throughout October and anyone can take part. Upload your initial event details by the end of May to guarantee a mention in the Festival’s launch press release and increased exposure in its national and regional press campaigns.

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Get Creative Family Arts Festival 2016 and Awards – take part in the UK’s biggest cultural festival throughout October

Get Creative Family Arts Festival 2016 and Awards – take part in the UK’s biggest cultural festival throughout October

The Get Creative Family Arts Festival will run throughout October 2016, marking the fourth year of this hugely successful national initiative funded by Arts Council England. On 30th March this year’s Festival will be officially launched at the Family Arts Awards event held at The Albany in Deptford, London.

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Take part in the Get Creative Family Arts Festival this half-term

Take part in the Get Creative Family Arts Festival this half-term

It takes just ten minutes to upload a listing and benefit from the Get Creative Family Arts Festival’s largescale marketing and press campaign, which is targeted at family audiences nation-wide and is run by a professional PR team. Journalists will now be directing families to event listings on the Festival website this half-term.

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Get Creative Family Arts Festival

Get Creative Family Arts Festival

The Get Creative Family Arts Festival, an initiative of the Family Arts Campaign, for which CVAN is a partner organisation, takes place this October 2016. The Festival is a national initiative promoting thousands of arts events for families, and is an entirely free marketing opportunity for arts organisations.

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Spotlight: Family Arts Festival

Spotlight: Family Arts Festival

CVAN has joined the Family Arts Campaign Consortia – a large scale, national collaborative programme led by the visual and performing arts sectors to increase levels of art engagement by families. The second national Family Arts Festival began on 17th October and continues through half-term until 2nd November.

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