Expressive Arts Events for Families
Family events coming up soon at London's galleries and concert halls. Some may be specifically aimed at children with SEN but even if not gallery / cultural venue family events are very welcoming and accessible.
Cecil Sharp House is hosting the 'Folk Unlimited' a creative, inclusive, multi-sensory band sessions for disabled young people led by folk artists Emmie Ward and Joe Danks.
At Folk Unlimited you can:
• Learn to play, sing and arrange songs and tunes from Britain and across the globe
• Learn and explore new instruments and accessible technology
• Learn new skills with fantastic tutors
• Make new friends
Please CLICK HERE for more information.
A project specifically designed for young people aged 10-14 years with Autism Spectrum Conditions. Over 4 days create art and music with professionals. In partnership with Turtle Key Arts and Wigmore Hall - please CLICK HERE.
Events are taking place at the following establishments that may be of interest to families over the coming weeks and months:
Please see latest news from Actionspace, the organisation that supports artists with learning disabilities HERE. Have fun with Pop Up Pardip at Tate Modern or if you fancy something more local, there is the show at the library in Willesden Green!
Please CLICK HERE for details of 'icandance' dance classes for young people.
Please CLICK HERE to visit the Royal Academy of Arts website for details of opportunities for parents and families to experience events hosted by the organisation.