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Colours of Water

Exploring creative learning in Early Years education: an international perspective. This special event will explore creative learning through the performing arts in Early Years education internationally. Colours of Water is a day of continuing professional development that has been built around the pioneering work being undertaken by three Early Years arts in education companies from Belgium, England and Italy: Theatre de la Guimbarde from Charleroi; The Little Angel Theatre from London; and La Baracca from Bologna.

LEAParts’ intention in bringing together three companies from three cultures, all of whom are involved in developing the theory and practice of Arts in Education for Early Years’ infants, is to illustrate the different ways of going about the challenge of working creatively within the Early Years sector.

This will be an exceptional opportunity to observe the Early Years work currently being undertaken by three different, but linked, organisations in order to compare and contrast it with your own work. LEAParts believes that the international perspective brought by this Seminar will lead to a mutually beneficial exchange of ideas and possibilities between the cross-section of artists, educators, support workers, managers and policy-makers who enrol for this unique event.

The structure of the day will allow each participant to observe two performances with infants (one in the morning, one in the afternoon), hear a key note address and participate in discussion groups around major questions posed by the work.


Theatre de la Guimbarde | talks
The Little Angel Theatre | talks
La Baracca | talks


Date and Time:

15 October 2004 at 9:00 am


Full Day



Royal Festival Hall
South Bank Centre

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