As we head into a second lockdown, Gulbenkian and ART31 are inviting you to get creative and learn new skills as part of Art Builders Project.
In summer 2020, we were inspired by the work of Animate Arts and their Art Builders project and we wanted to make sure you’ve heard about Art Builders too! So, we re-released their toolkits every week, and – excitingly – we also made some extra activities to go alongside them!
We’d love you to work through the toolkits with your family! Check out our resources below.
We’d really love you to share anything you make with us, so please send any photos/videos of your art work (whether that be from their toolkits, or from our additional suggestions) to email@example.com or post on social media tagging @thegulbenkian or using our brand new hashtag #GulbArtBuilders. Make sure you tell us your name, age and something about what you have made too.
We will be creating a gallery of all of your work, which all of the artists that work with Animate and Gulbenkian are really excited about seeing!
During the lockdown period, the brilliant Animate Arts have created some incredible Art Builders at Home Toolkits, which lots of families and schools have been involved in. Art Builders is a programme all about inspiring schools to champion creativity in education! Obviously, this year has a been a little different, which is how Art Builders at Home came about! Read more Art Builders.
Animate Arts launched the programme at the end of June 2020 and have been releasing each of the 6 toolkits weekly, and collecting artworks along the way for a 360 virtual reality film. If you want a chance to be part of that, you have until the 7th August – they are sill collecting artworks from Toolkits #5 and #6. Just head to the toolkits on their website for instructions.