In January we’re launching Creative Kin – free, weekly arts and creativity sessions for kinship families with babies and toddlers age 0-2 in North Ayrshire. We are delighted that you have received our invitation to join our taster sessions and are interested in taking part. Please select a session below and register.
Woodland adventures in Eglington Park. Enjoy fun, outdoor arts activities with your little ones (have you ever painted with pinecones?) and explore a magical light-up fairy house. Older siblings are very welcome. To book your slot, please click here.
Magical woodland adventures with a festive twist. Explore our winter wonderland and help us decorate our Christmas tree! To book your slot, please click here.
These taster sessions will be fun and very relaxed. They’re an opportunity to see what kind of things the group will do each week when it starts in January. You’ll also be able to meet Kirsty and Anna from Starcatchers who will be running the group with staff from Children 1st.
Any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Anna on Anna.firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text on 07862065767.
Kirsty is a theatre maker and facilitator based in Glasgow, focused on working in community settings. As an artist, Kirsty specialises in making work for young audiences, and creatively integrating access for disabled audiences and performers. Art for social change is always present in her work, and Kirsty is so excited to see the Creative Kin project build, with kinship families across Irvine.
Anna has over a decade of experience working on community engagement projects. Her background is in museums, coordinating projects that combine museum collections and creativity to tackle inequalities and improve wellbeing. She currently splits her time between Starcatchers and National Museums Scotland. Anna believes passionately in the ability of the arts to have a positive impact on society and people's lives.