If your little ones need an outlet for their creative spark then the Kids Area craft zones are the place to head. There’ll be festival favourites including face painting, self portrait clay workshops, massive painting walls, flower creation workshops, circus workshops and so much more.
Daemon or Doppelganger
This should be a great activity for all the family in a session where it’s ok for everyone to get their hands dirty while indulging their creative side.
A self-portrait clay workshop for all ages and abilities, the fun will be based around the Philip Pullman Northen Lights stories where Daemon is an animal spirit. Doppelganger is a look-alike.
So head on down to relax and discover yourself in clay form and have some true family-friendly fun.
If you’re going to make a splash of colour, you might as well make it huge. That’s the philosophy behind Hugh Jart.
Since the mid 1990s they’ve been setting up massive interactive painting screens at events around the UK and the world.
Hugh Jart supply the equipment, inspiration and enthusiasm, all you have to do is bring your creative spirit and enthusiasm.
Set in a magical studio filled with oversized arts and craft materials, Mister Maker is the ultimate interactive arts and crafts show for younger children.
It combines live action, graphics and animation to bring the world of art to life in a way that will keep OnBlackheath’s smaller visitors smiling.
A Lewisham-based arts group, OWA is arts with a heart for the environment and thanks to them you can make a flower to take home and remember your visit by.
The Otherworld Arts team are inviting everyone to help them create a garden which will appear on Blackheath over the festival weekend and help promote the three Rs - Reduce, Reuse and Recyle – raising awareness of single use plastic in a creative way.