Artist-in-residence, Skye Reynolds, reflects on the first few months of her time in Scots Corner Early Learning and Childcare Centre with project, Wee People Big Feelings.
“It was fantastic to work on a project with such a talented team of creatives, and it was inspiring to see everyone adapt so enthusiastically to the challenge of turning the piece into a filmed video ...
Creative Kin's Doorstep Jukebox has been delighting kinship families in North Ayrshire. But this is no coin-operated music machine. Under 5s are in the driver’s seat, pushing buttons to control a real life human jukebox, full of songs from different decades.
The campaign celebrates the our milestone year and highlights our work as advocate for Scotland’s youngest children.
This Children's Book Week, Artist and Expecting Something Coordinator, Kerry Cleland shares the exciting ways children's favourite books are brought to life for families at Expecting Something.
The Play Fund aims to support artists, across all art forms, in the exploration of new work for our youngest audiences and to encourage artists to push the boundaries of what an arts experience for the very young can be.
Early Years Artist, Corrie McKendrick shares how colour, rhythm and texture played a part in his creative play at home packs for Girvan Creative Babies, delivered in partnership with Children 1st.
Starcatchers joins child-centred organisations in Scotland celebrating the landmark vote to pass the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) Bill.
Early Years Artist, Corrie McKendrick joins the Starcatchers team to lead a new creative project Girvan Creative Babies, in partnership with Children 1st.
Where We Are a new creative programme for children, providing 17 jobs for artists and practitioners in 2021 and will be co-designed with children and young people across Edinburgh, Glasgow and Fife.
Starcatchers and Shaper/Caper present ‘Teeny Weeny’, a pop-up performance all about bugs, mini-beasts and nature that celebrates the world around us.
The Small Size Network’s Manifesto urges Local Authorities and National Governments ‘to support performing arts for early years, to enable children to participate in the arts, to encourage and support arts organisations in public spaces and schools’.
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