Monday 19 - Friday 23 August 2019, 10:30am - 4:30pm
For this year’s Art Camp, children and young people will use their creativity and knowledge to make a climate (climART) statement.
Participants aged 11-15 will experiment with various media across the week, led by an Artist Facilitator. Together they will respond to our locations across Lakeland Arts, and highlight their views and concerns on the threat of climate change.
CLIMArt Camp & climate change
In our summer exhibition at Abbot Hall, ‘Ruskin, Turner, & the Storm Cloud’, Royal Academy artist Emma Stibbons has responded to Ruskin and Turner’s works with her landscapes which are directly affected by climate change (now ‘climate emergency’).
CLIMArt Camp will get children and young people thinking like an artist in today’s environment. They will have the opportunity to be led by an Artist Facilitator, and create their own work inspired by their visit to sites across Lakeland Arts, with their final day ending with a group exhibition to welcome the whole family to view the finished artworks.
Date and time: Monday 19 - Friday 23 August, 10:30am - 4:30pm
- Workshops led by an Artist Facilitator
- Visits and admission to Lakeland Arts during the camp
- Refreshments (squash, biscuits and fresh fruit) - lunch isn't provided, therefore please ensure your child brings their own lunch
Location: Abbot Hall Art Gallery
Following registration: Our Learning team will email a booking form to you which contains registry details, what to bring and contact information. You will also receive confirmation of booking one week before the event.
If the event is cancelled you will receive a full refund. Sorry, no refunds are given if you cancel within 24 hours of the event.