Photographic and filming workshops at the Museum of Childhood

This summer the V&A Museum of Childhood is offering a series of free digital workshops, which will give children the chance to explore and create with the latest child-friendly digital cameras and videocams.

As part of the sessions, children will learn how to take pictures, film and edit their own footage as they embark on an adventure around the museum to find a bunch of mischievous toys that have decided to have a bit of holiday fun!

The workshops are aimed at children aged 4 -9 ;and will run  every Saturday over the school  holidays  from the 23rd July to the 27th August at 2pm . The sessions, run in association with the children’s electronic toy manufacturer, VTech, last one hour.

There will also be a chance to take a look at the VTech InnoTab, the first ever Tablet computer for kids.

As well as the workshops, there’s plenty to explore in the museum itself…the collection of child-hood related objects and artefacts spans the 1600s to the present day and includes toys, clothing, furniture, art and photography.

To book visit www.vam.ac.uk

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