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  1. Terms and conditions - University of Hertfordshire Arts

    children aged 16 and under. person with a disability (carers receive a complimentary ticket). ... Children under 18 months are permitted when suitable. Please telephone in advance to check.

  2. Workshops - University of Hertfordshire Arts

    Performances are extended through creative workshops for children and their families, held before or after the main presentation. ... For over 10 years children’s author and illustrator James Mayhew has collaborated with the orchestra to paint illustrations live on stage while the orchestra play.

  3. Performing and visual arts for schools - University of Hertfordshire Arts

    Children of all ages are encouraged by and learn through the power of visual and performing arts. ... Especially for school children, UHArts offer:. performances. talks. workshops. We deliver our programme both on campus and in school settings.

  4. Create it + Share it: Lee Farmer

    Create your own natured inspired hanging garden

    10 April 2020

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  5. Artistic proposals - University of Hertfordshire Arts

    We are particularly well known for our children’s theatre work. We are keen to look at proposals, which engage with the local community, and those in which our students can

  6. Create it + Share it: Anna Ray

    Make your own 3D collage with a modern twist

    8 April 2020

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  7. Create it + Share it: Anna Ray

    Discover how to make your own stamps out of cardboard.

    18 April 2020

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  8. Create it + Share it: Emma Roberts

    Stars are not only for night-time, create your own star display.

    27 April 2020

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  9. Line/Extended Panel Discussion

    A discussion with experts across art, science and humanities on the influences of drawing in their work

    28 November 2019

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  10. Create it + Share it: Amanda Ralph

    Breath new life into old objects lying around your home.

    25 April 2020

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