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I'm Kat, the Tate Kids Producer. I write blogs for the Tate Kids website and also look after your artwork, stories and comments that you put on here.

 

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NEW TATE KIDS COMING SOON

Posted 9 March 2017 by Kat

Exciting news! We’re working on a new Tate Kids! You’ll still be able to: Share your art with the world Play art games Find loads of art activities Sadly we won’t have My Gallery profiles anymore. If you don’t want to lose your artwork, please save it before 31st March 2017.  If you have any questions […]

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Doodle Interview with Angela Keoghan

Posted 24 February 2017 by Kat

We’re joined by Angela Keoghan, author and illustrator of Inspector Brunswick: The Case of the Missing Eyebrow (published by Tate). Take a look at her latest book that she wrote with Chris Lam Sam: Inspector Brunswick is Angela’s first picture book. She is an illustrator and designer based in New Zealand. Her whimsical style has […]

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WHO IS…PAUL NASH?

Posted 5 January 2017 by Kat

Who is he? Paul Nash is one of the most important British artists of the early twentieth century. Let’s meet him! What is he most famous for? Born in London in 1889, he is most famous for his landscape paintings, which look mysterious and sometimes slightly spooky. The features in his landscapes often seem to […]

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DIY CHRISTMAS: Lolly stick sledge decorations

Posted 20 December 2016 by Kat

It’s the festive season. It’s cold outside. It’s time to get crafty! Use all your saved up lolly sticks and make yourself a tiny 3D sledge! Just follow these really easy steps! What you need: Lolly pop sticks PVA glue Pegs Paint and paintbrushes String/ribbon Step 1. Glue 4 lolly pop sticks together. Keep them […]

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TOP 5 RIDICULOUS CHRISTMAS PRESENTS

Posted 5 December 2016 by Kat

We all get those terrible Christmas presents. From that itchy sick-green scarf knitted by your Gran to that 500-paged book on fishing that you are never going to read. Just me then…? Well, how about ridiculous presents? Fancy having the artworks below wrapped up under the tree, waiting for you on Christmas morning? 1. David Batchelor, […]

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