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Exhibition – WAG Children’s Project – 25th to 31st March 2019

WAG Children’s Project 2019 “Journey”

VISION: To connect children* all over the world in the field of modern arts, art and culture.

MISSION: To create activities for children* by art projects, in a framework of tolerance and acceptance of diversity and differences, concerning art and people.

VALUES: Life, Person, Humanity, Arts, Education, Tolerance, (Sustainable) Development, Nature, Unity, Love and Freedom.

PRINCIPLES: The WAG Association stands open to all States and people who respect Human Rights, regardless of skin color, ethnicity, religion, age, gender, sexual preference, social status or political persuasion. *include disabled children

An exhibition of work generated by the theme… “Journey”

Teacher and Artist, Liz Hutchin has been working with children from Sampford Arundel Primary School and young people currently being educated by Five Rivers Childcare.  The aim has been to take the artists, aged 4-16, on a creative journey beginning by exploring their initial ideas in response to the theme, introducing or developing skills and encouraging and guiding the artists to create a final piece of artwork which they are happy to share with ‘the world’…

The constraints of A3 size and 2D have been placed on the artwork to be chosen to be taken to the international exhibition in Serbia, but this exhibition shows the process of development and may contain some works larger than A3.

There is a preview on Wednesday 27th march from 6pm to 8pm

  • WAG Children's ProgrammeMarch 26, 2019 - March 30, 201910:00 am - 4:00 pm


Venue Phone: 01823 337477

Venue Website:

Memorial Hall, Paul Street, Taunton, Somerset, TA1 3PF, United Kingdom

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