Here you will find some useful links to explore more resources of Creative Activity.

Links to Activities for Children, Young People & Families

Get Creative – #GetCreativeAtHome – visit the activities page to search for listings.

AccessArt – Resources suitable for children, teenagers and parents to use at home.

Connect & Create – Provides arts and cultural activities for children and young people – created by ArtsLink – West Midlands Virtual Schools.

Firstsite – Sign up to receive activity packs featuring contributions from International Artists.

The Spark Arts – A collection of creative resources and imaginative activities for children & families at home & educational settings.

British Library – Books & reading inspired creative activities.

Summer Reading Challenge – Encourages children aged 4 to 11 to enjoy the benefits of reading for pleasure over the summer – provides lots of fun activities.

Turner Contemporary – Creative resources for families to do at home.

Crafts Council Summer Activities – As part of Get Creative Outdoors six makers have created a craft activity to try each week of the summer holidays.

Links to Activities for Adults

Age of Creativity – Compiled lists of downloadable on-line activities for older people.

Get Creative – #GetCreativeAtHome – visit the activities page to search for listings.

Wolverhampton Art Gallery – Creative activities and online resources to connect with arts and culture online. Includes Still Lively creative challenges.

CreativeSpace Art Cards –  Short creative activity suggestions based on the CreateSpace programme of workshops developed in partnership with Creative Health.

Staffordshire CreateSpace – Join the Staffordshire CreateSpace Facebook Group for regular creative activities from artists at Juneau Projects.

64 Million Artists – Sign up to receive daily creative challenges.

Isolation Art School – Instagram projects, lessons and tips by artists to help people get creative – aimed at adults/students.

Library Resources

Books & Beyond – Consultation with young people at Burntwood Library – if
libraries weren’t just about books, what could they be?

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