This delightful exhibition explores the beautiful and best-loved work of Oliver Jeffers. Children and families will be able to walk into immersive environments inspired by How to Catch a Star, Up and Down, Lost and Found and The Way Back Home. Click here to see more images of the installation at Cornwall College, Camborne.
For schools and pre-school bookings contact [email protected] and click here for primary, pre-school and children’s centres information sheet.
Public sessions at weekends & half term – Children £5.00, Adults £7.
To book contact our box office www.hallforcornwall.co.uk
As part of the ever-expanding Story Republic, KEAP are working with Discover, The Children’s Story Centre in Stratford, London and Liverpools’ Reader Organisation, to bring this enchanting, interactive and story-led experience to Cornwall this Autumn.
The exhibition was created to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the publication of How to Catch a Star, and will feature live storytelling of the ‘boy’ books and an opportunity to explore a series of spaces that will set children’s imaginations on fire including ‘the boy’s’ bedroom complete with penguins, aliens, a Lost and Found office, a full-sized rowing boat, a beach, a pier, a garden and a rocket.
The exhibition is suitable for children aged 7 and under. Older brothers and sisters are welcome but the content has been specifically devised for under 7s. This project is being funded by Arts Council England with support from Cornwall College, Pool.
|3rd October 2015 - 13th December 2015