Kingston's Cardboard Challenge!
Led by Kate Andrews of SketchBetter
Saturday 10 October
Cass Art Kingston
Come and join in on Kingston town's first Cardboard Challenge -
to build extra-ordinary creations from recycled cardboard - arcades,
rocket ships, labyrinths... anything you can imagine!
This celebration of kids imagination and natural creativity, runs
as part of The Global Cardboard Challenge, encompassing over
47,000 participants in 26 countries.
SketchBetter and Cass Art Kingston are inviting kids (and kids at heart) to
join thousands of other children around the world in a Day of Play.
The Global Cardboard Challenge was founded in 2012 by the Imagination Foundation and
inspired by Caine's Arcade. “Our dream is to engage 1 Million kids in 70 countries in creative play,
while showing kids how their creativity can have an impact on the world.”
Session times: 9am-12noon and 2-5pm.
Tickets: £5 per child.
Limited spaces, booking recommended.
First come first served on drop-ins.
Children can be left for the duration of the workshops (under 5s must be accompanied by an adult).
Parents/guardians are welcome to stay for free.
The Art Space (first floor), Cass Art Kingston, 103 Clarence Street, Kingston Upon Thames, KT1
1QY. (There is no step-free access to the venue).
PARTNERS & ASSOCIATIONS
SketchBetter proudly supports Get Creative, the BBC Arts’ campaign to
celebrate arts and creativity in the UK. This event is hosted as part of
The Big Draw 2015 and with the support of Cass Art Kingston and Staedtler.