Make a mess at our place not yours!
Messy Toddlers 1-3 / 3-5
‘Make a mess at our place not yours!’
Our first and most popular workshop now comes in two sessions – one younger, one older, we are not that strict on age so if a time works for you go for it, just bear in mind one session is for the younger audience and one session is more advanced. BUT all the children will be working with paint, glue, scissors and special bits and bobs to which will enhance your little ones creations, and will all go home with something for t6her Kitchen wall or a Grandparent !
The Fabulous Sophia and Safiya- both Graduates with fantastic Art Degrees bring you a marvellous morning of creative crafting and messy magic – all you need to do bring is your imagination, and an apron (we do though have some if you forget! Covering a theme or character from our picture books, the little ones will work on creative arts and craft activities.These sessions normally end with parents sitting reading with the books on bean bags.
All of our attendees are artists in the making! So why make a mess at home – when you can come to The Bright Emporium have all the fun, with none of the tidying up!
Every Sunday Messy Toddlers welcomes ALL AGES to join in the fun
About the workshop
Age We offer Messy activities for an age range of 1 – 5 years
Bookable on-line, event brite and Hoop
Saturday 9.15-10.00. Ages 1-3
Saturday 10.15-11.00. Ages 3-5
Sunday 9.15-10.00. Ages 1-5
Who are Safiya and Sophia?
After graduating from Kingston University London during the summer of 2016 with a First Class degree in Illustration Animation (Ba Hons), Sophia joined us as Gallery Assistant, and has since moved into the role of Portfolio Curator for The Bright Agency.
Sophia has been a huge part in the building of the gallery team, and says it’s wonderful to see how the space is received by the local children and families.
Safiya is a design educator who implements her background knowledge of graphic design, the museum learning sector and education to develop themes and concepts to engage audiences who come from different backgrounds and cultures.
With a background working as a a professional ESL teacher both abroad and in the UK she is always exploring new methods for developing participant skills for a more participative and sensorial experience of learning.