What we offer:

  • We offer children and young people a unique opportunity to engage with art made by children and young adults from around the world. Our collection spans 4 continents and encompasses a huge variety of themes.

  • We provide teachers with a creative way to explore curriculum topics and offer a window on different cultures, traditions, and global issues presented through the eyes of children.

  • We give students the opportunity to create their own art in response, under the guidance of art professionals and art educators, as an expression of their own voice.

A new exhibition often emerges from this interaction; a combination of new and existing artworks, an opportunity to celebrate creativity, cultural understanding and exchange, while bringing the school community together.

We are always happy to adapt our projects to meet your school needs and ethos.

We are currently offering a virtual program that supports the Recovery curriculum.

LIGCA is an Artsmark Partner!

Artsmark is the creative quality standard for schools and education settings, awarded by Arts Council England, recognising their commitment to high quality arts and cultural education.
The London International Gallery of Children’s Art (LIGCA) is proud to be supporting schools and education settings on their Artsmark journey, inspiring children and young people to create, experience, and participate in great arts and culture.

We offer education settings who are working towards, or currently hold an Artsmark Award, with the following opportunities:

Once upon a 2020

A unique art project focussing on children’s reactions to the impact of COVID-19.

Part A takes us 50 years into the future to the story of Christopher and Isabella, two children who discover a treasure chest of paintings by children from around the world reflecting their experience of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Part B looks at where the pictures in LIGCA’s online gallery come from and allows exploration and discussion on the global issues faced by the pandemic.

Key stage 1,2,3       Age 5-14 years old

Artform: Visual arts

Curriculum links: Art, Crafts, Literacy, Citizenship and Community, Geography, Science, PHSE

A breath of fresh air

An international children’s art exhibition and related education programme, on air pollution featuring artwork created by the children of the Nirmal Bhartia School, New Delhi, India and The Village School and UCL Academy, London. It provides a cross-cultural perspective of one of the most pressing global issues facing our shared planet. Through art, the students express their perceptions of the imminent threats of the high levels of pollution existing in their home cities and consider the actions that might be taken to ensure a better future.

Key stage 1,2,3    Age 5-14 years old

Artform: Visual arts

Curriculum links: Science, Math, English, History, Geography, PE/Sport, Art

To find out more on LIGCA’s Education offer and how we can support your Artsmark journey, contact: