News from Creativity International Ltd group of companies and brands.
Creativity International support two initiatives to inspire the next generation of Artists. We organised a fun “Fill your Car” for teachers in the surrounding area and secondly, we supported a Youth Art initiative of The National Association of Decorative and Fine Art Societies whose President is Lloyd Grossman. NADFAS partnered with the innovative Rotary Club of Berkhamsted Bulbourne to create the Dacorum Youth Arts Award to inspire the next generation of artists in the region.
Date: 25th May 2016
“The Line” – ArtistPapers launch New magazine for Artists and Illustrators to discover the beauty of Strathmore
Date: 25th May 2016
We appointed Judith Selcuk our Artist in Residence last year and have had a wonderful period of creativity, ideas and seen her create some fabulous work on our Strathmore Artist Papers. We caught up with her in our interview series with artists on our website.
Date: 8th April 2016
Creativity International have been proud to be the Key Licensee for the CBeebies Mister Maker show for over 7 years. We are pleased to announce that we have renewed our licence for another three years with Zodiak Kids.
Date: 11th February 2016
Grow your arts, crafts and toy categories with us. Enter the competition, pick up a FREE catalogue and find out about the Trade Deals - visit us at Stitches, NEC, Stand K33, 21 - 23 February 2016.
Date: 8th February 2016
Myrtle Pizzey won Best Work in Show at the SGFA annual exhibition 2015. Known for her abstract responses to colour, shape, space, and form not only does she achieves stunning realistic images but she is a prolific print-maker and a most interesting and thoughtful artist. She has won a whole stash of Strathmore Print Paper.
Date: 5th January 2016
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