CELEBRATE OUR, YOUR, THEIR ART
A launch event in Parliament for our #ARTCONNECTS19 Festival to celebrate our art:
‘ART IS WHAT WE CALL IT
WHEN WHAT WE DO
MIGHT CONNECT US’
Whether your art is painting, percussion, drawing, dancing, DJing, coding, composing playing an instrument or playing football if it connects you and you’re passionate about it, it’s your art.
Be proud of it.
It’s what makes you human and is your human right.
Everyone is welcome
We have space for 170 artists like you.
We want to see and hear from children either in school groups of 12 or with parents and other creative carers or in smaller groups individually.
We’ve timed it after school to make that as easy as possible.
STAND UP FOR YOUR ART
In his famous TED talk, French Street JR told us to “stand up for what you care about”. As part of our #ARTCONNECTS19 Festival we’re collaborating with on his $1m ‘Inside Out’ Global TED Art project and would love you to be part of it too.
Download a template, send us a selfie and we’ll try to get it printed out in time for this event, if not the festival.
speaker LINE UP
Confirmed speakers so far include:
The Rocket Kid
Parklands Primary, Leeds (film)
Head, Brookside Academy, Street (film)
Young Woman Engineer of Year (film)
Dad, Co-Founder STEAM Co (film)
Many others TBC
Children from across the UK
Tickets are free but donations gratefully received towards out costs staging this and the Festival itself.
All admissions are subject to the security procedures of the Palace of Westminster who reserve the right to refuse admission.
Full registration details will be provided but we suggest you arrive up to 0ne hour prior.
The #ARTCONNECTS19 Festival
Even if you can’t make this event, do be sure to be part of this festival. We are asking school communities across the country to run local Art Events to celebrate and showcase their creativity.
Click her to go back to the Festival home page or download the Festival brochure now.
Let’s rock the house
We hope to broadcast the session to a Local Community Radio Station as we did our last parliamentary event.
To get a feel for how we Rock The House, take a look at the short film below.