One in a Thousand!

We can announce that we have sent out a whopping 1,000 activity material packs to our families to support creativity at home!

Ursula holding up a Nottingham Contemporary one in a thousand artist badge.
Susie holding up a Nottingham Contemporary one in a thousand artist badge.
Rachel holding up a Nottingham Contemporary one in a thousand artist badge.
Milee Lee holding up a blue and yellow badge which says 'Powered by Art' and 'Nottingham Contemporary'.

Are you one of our One in a Thousand?

Our Play and Learn Team have been designing and delivering digital family activities for you all to enjoy. You may have spotted their faces in our Play & Learn Activities at Home page, as they fully immersed themselves in the activities by testing them out with their own families.

Celebrate with us and download your very own One in a Thousand badge to colour in, cut out and wear with pride.

Click here to download

Black and white diagrams of the Nottingham Contemporary one in a thousand artist badges with a pink outline.
Black and white diagrams of the Nottingham Contemporary one in a thousand artist badges with a pink outline.

Are you one of our brilliant One in a Thousand artists?

Take a look at those who shared their artwork with us.

A child moving next to a bundle of materials.
A toddler holding a cut out drawing of a shark's mouth.
A child cutting out on a wooden table.
Lines of material with colourful patterns.
A child holding up a hand-made alien mask.
A child drawing on a table.
A young person's artwork reflected by a mirror.
Two children smiling at a camera next to a drawing and an iPad.
Two children stood in front of decorations. One wears a party hat whilst both hold up pieces of tissue paper.
A child holds up a decorated frame.
Sketches of clothing designs with different patterns.
A child holding up a string with drawings of fruit and vegetables on.
A child holding a brightly-patterned piece of material.
A child using pens and paint on a table.
A child holding up a decorated frame in front of a vase of roses.
A string of fruit and vegetable drawings.
A decorated frame focusing on a grey toy rabbit.
A child kneeling behind two strips of brightly-patterned material.
An image of a child's drawing and a polka dot background.
A child decorating a piece of material  which is laid out in a yellow tub.

You can send in your artwork you created at home to ljacques@nottinghamcontemporary.org and we can add you to our growing online picture gallery

The Play and Learn Facilitators are, Milee, Rachel, Susie and Ursula.

Milee Lee wearing a blue and yellow badge which says 'Powered by Art' and 'Nottingham Contemporary'.
Rachel holding up a Nottingham Contemporary one in a thousand artist badge.
Susie holding up a Nottingham Contemporary one in a thousand artist badge.
Ursula wearing a Nottingham Contemporary one in a thousand artist badge.

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