Explore how you can use a diversity of artists and artwork as starting points for creative learning in Early Years settings.  

Led by artist and educator Georgie Fay, you’ll spend time in the current exhibition at October Gallery - a gallery which provides a platform for diverse artists from around the world - before trying out creative activities that respond to the artworks, including mark making, printmaking and mixed media. 

You’ll discuss how you can incorporate these approaches and activities into your settings and, drawing on the October Gallery as a resource, ways in which you can meaningfully reference and learn from a diverse range of artists.    


This session is open to Islington educators, with a focus on those who work with children and families in Early Years settings

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For more information, email Lydia at [email protected]  


Georgie Fay comes from an art history background and completed an MA in Museum and Gallery Education at the UCL, Institute of Education in London. She programmes and delivers the extensive October Gallery Education department for schools, young people, adults and families and uses the Gallery exhibitions from around the world to create an innovative and broad education practice. She has her own printmaking and art practice which supports her participatory education work.

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