The London International Gallery of Children’s Art
LIGCA, together with artists Lisa Cirenza and Judy Alexander, had the privilege to run a weeklong art project at Casa Suraya in Milan, Italy. We sensed and hoped that our presence provided a temporary respite from the extreme hardships and challenges that these young people have endured.read more
When children get together to explore meaning and to communicate their understanding, they never fail to impress. This morning I visited an exhibition of children's art at a primary school in London. The children had been learning about World War 2. The LIGCA pictures...read more
What is peace? How can it be achieved? To commemorate the 100th anniversary of Italy's entrance into WWI, LIGCA’s collection of art from the Balkan War will be displayed at the Italian School in London and at the Italian Cultural Institute. The artwork in this...read more
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Our permanent collection has more than 500 pieces of children’s art from over 10 countries.