Posts Tagged: children

3 for 2 on all Children’s Books at Ikon Shop

Keep your children entertained, educated and enthused about art throughout the Summer Holidays! We have a fabulous range of children’s books on offer, from storybooks to activity books suitable for all ages. Pop into Ikon Shop and browse the selection*, or take inspiration from our Bookshop Assistant Ella’s top five picks…   Black: An Artist’s… Read more »

Olympic Torch Relay Event

12–3pm, free Outside Ikon, Oozells Square, Brindleyplace For more information visit

My Bad Workshops

With Bedwyr Williams Activities aimed at children aged 3–5 yrs Join us during half term for fun creative workshops as we explore the current exhibition with artist Bedwyr Williams himself. A fantastic opportunity to make original artwork.

Ikon Insiders Exhibition

Children from Ikon’s Insiders primary school project exhibit their own artwork, made in response to visiting the Len Lye exhibition. Drop in and view their second exhibition at Ikon.

Ikon Insiders Showcase

Over the last two years Ikon has hosted regular visits for pupils from three local Birmingham primary schools (St Georges’, St Thomas’ and Osborne) as part of The Prince’s Foundation for Children and the Arts’ START programme. Drop in and view a collection of sculpture, paintings and videos made by schoolchildren aged three to eleven… Read more »

Ikon Insiders

  In Autumn 2008 Ikon Gallery began Ikon Insiders, a three year project with three Birmingham primary schools; St George’s CE Primary and St. Thomas CE Primary, Ladywood and Osborne Primary, Erdington. Involving over 850 children, aged 3-11 years, and almost 60 teaching and support staff, Insiders was devised to increase the confidence of both… Read more »

Summer Holiday Workshops

Visit Ikon for an informal family session during the summer holidays. Following a special gallery tour, families attending these workshops can take part in a range of creative activities and produce their own unique artworks. Places are free but should be booked by calling Ikon on tel. 0121 248 0708. Please note that children should… Read more »

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