Join us for an engaging practitioner discussion led by visual artist and early years specialist, Jane Hayes, as we explore approaches to making art for young children. With over a decade of experience as an early years artist, Jane brings a wealth of insights into the challenges and exciting possibilities of making art with and for the youngest members of our
community, and she invites you to join in the conversation.
Insightful Discussion: Jane Hayes will guide the conversation, sharing her valuable experiences and knowledge gained from a career in the field of early years arts. Participants can look forward to a relaxed and informative dialogue about the nuances of engaging young audiences (0-6 year olds) through art.
Sharing Best Practices: The floor will be open to practitioners from diverse art forms to exchange ideas and best practice approaches, allowing us to explore the successes, tackle the challenges, and discover innovative approaches used by fellow artists when creating work for early years audiences.
Networking & Building Connections: This event also serves as a valuable opportunity to connect with like-minded artists and arts professionals passionate about the intersection of the arts and early childhood.
This event is open to artists, arts practitioners and arts managers with a practice focused on making work with/for children or an interest in this area of work. Places are limited: email firstname.lastname@example.org to book