At the end of October it’s time to honour lost loved ones again, with one of our favourite festivals. Decorate sugar skulls or lantern shrine jars, screen print tote bags with skull and flower designs, cut colourful papel picado hanging banners, make a skull mask or choose other creative activities in this day inspired by the Mexican Day of the Dead.
Our much loved Mexican Day Of The Dead themed festival for all ages returns this year on Sunday 3 November with lots of your favourite art and craft activities. Honour lost loved ones with a decorated shrine or sugar skull, print a tote bag, cut colourful papel picado hanging banners, decorate a skull mask, make jewellery, enter the drawing competition, and get your face painted…
This year’s Family Arts Festival is running over 24 days from 9 October – 1 November 2015. It’s a national festival with a wonderful range of events and creative activities for families all over the UK. Have a look at INTRA’s line up for the festival.
Half term is coming up and as we love a bit of spookiness, we’ve programmed some exciting Halloween and Mexican Day Of The Dead themed activities at INTRA.
Scary sculpting with Fimo, Print Your Own bags / t-shirts / cushions, Halloween decorations & masks, plus a Día de los Muertos celebration with workshops all day.