Primary school children present earth summit solutions...

Last month over 60 school children from across the UK took a stand in Parliament and presented their ideas on tackling plastic waste as part of the Wastebuster Primary Earth Summit, hosted by Zac Goldsmith MP.

Primary and secondary schools across England were encouraged to explore and design practical solutions for … Read more

Added: July 23, 2014Comments: 0

Child’s painting joins The Lowry’s famous collection...

Walls up and down the country are adorned by our children’s artwork, but seven-year-old Jack Barker from Kirkby Lonsdale in Cumbria, has taken it to a whole new level having unveiled his prize-winning painting in the gallery at The Lowry in Salford.

Hung side-by-side with some of LS Lowry’s most-famous work, … Read more

Added: July 23, 2014Comments: 0

Explore the City’s architecture at the Archikids Festival...

Kick off the summer holidays with a visit to the City of London, and some of the capital’s famous landmarks and skyscrapers. Archikids is Open-City’s flagship architecture festival for children aged 5-11 and their families.

On the 26-27 July, families are invited to discover the fantastic mix of buildings and spaces … Read more

Added: July 21, 2014Comments: 0

IWM London transformation and new First World War Galleries...

The transformed IWM London re-opens to visitors on the 19 July, after being closed for six months.

To mark the start of the Centenary of the First World War, the new First World War Galleries will enable visitors to discover the story of war – how it started, why it … Read more

Added: July 17, 2014Comments: 0

Rapid Response Collecting Gallery opens at the V&A...

A new Rapid Response Collecting Gallery has been opened at the V&A to represent our fast-paced moving world.

‘Rapid Response Collecting’ is all about engaging in super-speedy way with important events that influence or are influenced by design, architecture and technology.

The space will be responsive to global events, … Read more

Added: July 16, 2014Comments: 0

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