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CHILDRENS AREA

Stories & Paper Crafts 

I lost my Tooth in Africa

SATURDAY  1.30pm - 2.45pm

Join Kuumba Kids for interactive storytelling of  "I lost my tooth in Africa"  a beautifully illustrated tale from Mali, West Africa about food and traditions. Featuring a modern myth the "The African Tooth Fairy" a euphemism for a returning Ancestor bringing you what you need. After the reading, come and have fun decorating your own calabash inspired by events in the book whilst being introduced to Black Historical Quotes. 

Age: Suitable for 3 years plus (Younger children to be supervised by a parent with equipment).  
 

Donation

£3.50

Paper Crafts

Masquerade Stick Dolls

SUNDAY  4pm - 5.30pm

We invite you to a fun creative paper crafts session inspired by the book "Chicken in the Kitchen" A colourful tale about young Anyaugo who wakes up one night to discover a giant chicken rummaging through her kitchen, a powerful masquerade spirit that has come to take part in the New Yam Festival. Join us for a step by step guide on how to make your own paper masquerade stick doll and learn more about the festivals of Africa. 

Age: 3 years plus (Younger children to be supervised by a parent with equipment) 

From:

£3.50

Paper Crafts

Masquerade Stick Dolls

SATURDAY  4pm - 5.30pm

We invite you to a fun creative paper crafts session inspired by the book "Chicken in the Kitchen" A colourful tale about young Anyaugo who wakes up one night to discover a giant chicken rummaging through her kitchen, a powerful masquerade spirit that has come to take part in the New Yam Festival. Join us for a step by step guide on how to make your own paper masquerade stick doll and learn more about the festivals of Africa. 

Age: Suitable for 3 years plus (Younger children to be supervised by a parent with equipment).

Donation

£3.50

Arts & Crafts

Print, Pattern & Stories 

SUNDAY 1.30pm -  2.45pm

Come along for a print, pattern and stories workshop using block printing techniques to learn more about how the Luba people of Congo recorded important events.  A fun and tactile printing session where children can learn a new skill and how our African Ancestors used a series of patterns, sequences and mixed media to record the past and interpret current events.

Age: 4/5 years plus (Younger children to be supervised by a parent with equipment)

From:

£3.50