Be Curious

"I didn't know what to think about the painting (from the 'Art Appreciation' activity) when I first saw it. But hearing the expert, listening to others and trying to come up with my own thoughts about it has given me the confidence to have my own opinions."

A child, looking at the world through curious eyes, sees an endlessly fascinating place. If we lose our curiosity our world loses much of its charm.

The activities in this section encourage you to engage your natural curiosity, to explore and discover new possibilities even in the familiar.

Notice What You Like - Part 1 and 2 Draw a Scene Draw a Leaf or Flower Take A Minute Taking Rubbings Stitch Memory Journal Draw an Object Wellbeing Art Tour - Discover Manchester Art Gallery Visiting  an Art Gallery