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10th February 2020
Wish you were here?
Join us at the Tron Kirk this February half-term where we’ll be hosting FREE art activities for kids aged 6 to 11 years and their families.
How do you see Edinburgh? Throughout the day we’ll be exploring how the city has been portrayed in art over the years, and the sorts of stories these paintings tell. But what about you? Join us and tell your own story through fun, creative activities like art detective bingo and designing your own postcard.
DATE: Friday 14th February 2020
TIMES: Drop-in 12pm – 2pm (no booking required).
These activities will be run by Edinburgh World Heritage and are part of the ATLAS project, which investigates sustainability best practice in the way we manage and care for urban World Heritage Sites. The project is part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund through Interreg Atlantic Area.
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