Welcome to our new Agony Artist series – where each month we’ll be answering your questions about using the expressive arts with young children! This month, join us for ideas about emotional wellbeing and literacy in the lead up to Christmas!
Dr Katy Smart from the Department of Psychiatry, University of Oxford and Oxford Brain Story is running a series of three workshops for Starcatchers.
The Play Fund is an award for two artists or artist collectives of up to £4,000 each to explore their practice and develop new works suitable for an early years audience and their grown-ups.
Welcome to our new Agony Artist series – where each month we’ll be answering your questions about using the expressive arts with young children! This week, our top tips for exploring books and storytelling with wee ones.
Welcome to our new Agony Artist series – where each month we’ll be answering your questions about using the expressive arts with young children! We’re kicking off with the question – how do I know the arts make a difference?
Starcatchers is delighted to be among an incredible line-up of 18 organisations who have been awarded the Scottish Government’s Perinatal and Infant Mental Health Small Grants Fund.
The Starcatchers’ team is delighted to share their 2020-2021 Annual Report, highlighting the organisation’s impact over the year.
We are delighted to announce that Mixed Up digital will be part of the 25th Baboró International Arts Festival for Children. Families and schools will be able to enjoy Mixed Up from the 4th - 17th October 2021.
We are excited to announce we’ve been shortlisted for the Fantastic For Families Awards in the Best Family Arts Activity category!
We are very excited to step through the doorway to our office at WHALE Arts in Wester Hailes, complementing a new hybrid way of working for Starcatchers. Working alongside our partners at WHALE, we'll explore new and exciting ways to engage local families in creative outdoor play
Where We Are lead artist, Callum Younger, reflects on the last 13 weeks of the project and his observations around the importance of creative play, music and early years development.
Theatre Sans Accents, Starcatchers and Bilingualism Matters, present "Arts in Tongues" a pilot mini-web series of 6 short episodes presented by Marion Geoffray and filmed by Lucas Chih-Peng Kao, celebrating local communities in Edinburgh.
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