Art in the Park is a FREE Family Fun Day, with workshops suitable for children aged 3-8 years.
Come and find us by the bandstand in Victoria Park (booking is essential).
Workshops will be drop-in, so arrive when you like and stay for as long as you want to.
10.30am - 1pm - Art, Craft and Music workshops will run simultaneously.
1:30pm - Picnic Lunch: bring your own picnic to enjoy together with other families.
Spring into the Easter holidays with our art and craft workshops: On the theme of spring animals, we’ll have several workshops, exploring many different ways of creating and making bunnies, chicks, lambs, ladybirds and more. Workshops will include wet felting, rock painting and lots more. Enjoy spending time together with your kids as you learn and create together.
Hop and roll: Make music together at our music making workshop – this will include song-writing, drumming and the chance to try out a wide range of different percussion instruments. No musical knowledge or experience necessary, just a willingness to explore and make a noise.
Spending time together, learning something new and enjoying fun activities with your children, can encourage connection, bonding, independence, confidence and curiosity. At Art in the Park, you’ll have an amazing time learning, connecting and picnicking with others. We know you’ll have an eggstremely fun time!
At the end of this workshop, if you’d like to continue with your learning in this subject, you’ll be able to progress onto our Starter Level workshop or course.
Our workshops and courses are designed to provide essential skills, develop confidence and resilience, improve your health & wellbeing, prepare you for further learning or employment, provide ways to learn with your family and build communities. We have a wide range of workshops and courses and you can explore more on our website. There’s something for everyone!
Need to know…
This workshop is suitable if you have no experience in this subject, and want to discover if it’s for you.
Parents and children (advised 2 children per adult) Workshops are suitable for children ages 3 - 8
Children must be accompanied by an adult who can support the crafts and games.
If you are aged 19+ AND are unemployed AND receive a benefit / your annual income is less than £25,000 per year AND live in Somerset (not including Bath & North East Somerset) AND you have lived in the UK/EU for the last 3 years OR you have refugee status / right to remain. *Please note – proof of eligibility will be requested during the enrolment process.
If you are aged 19+ AND your annual income is over £25,000 and live in Somerset OR you live in Bath & North East Somerset OR you live anywhere else in the UK. Some Community partners may not be able to accommodate learners from outside Somerset. This will be highlighted during enrolment.
Our funding rules have changed – how this affects you…
You can only enrol on ONE free* workshop/course at each level, e.g. one Taster, one Starter… and so on. Our new levels are designed to encourage you to learn and progress in your chosen area of interest. If you enrol on multiple workshops/courses at the same level, we’ll contact you to discuss (as there are exceptions), or you’ll be given the opportunity to pay for your place, (costs are detailed on each course page).
Share with friends & family: