Mini Art Explorers

What is Mini Art Explorers?

Mini Art Explorers works in partnership with local authorities to support their early years creative activity programmes. We work with a dedicated team of trained volunteers who deliver the MiniArt Explorers creative, multi-sensory sessions in libraries and family hubs around London. Sessions are designed for children ages 2-5, and evolve around three key concepts; play, create, and learn.

All our activities have been developed by an Arts Education specialist, to support the creative development of early years children. These fun, open-ended and experimental activities help children expand their imagination, broaden their sensory development and improve hand to eye coordination and fine motor skills. Every activity is supported by an activity sheet, which makes it simple for parents and families to further their learning at home.

Interested in volunteering ? 

In these sessions, you will be required to deliver simple, creative activities to young children and families. No prior creative facilitation or teaching experience is needed, and we will provide you with the necessary training and resources to help you confidently deliver this programme.

Mini Art Explorers is delivered in libraries and family hubs across London. It is essential that you can travel to these locations (travel expenses paid). For further access information please inquire.

By joining the Mini Art Explorers programme, you will:

Receive training and resources developed by an arts education specialist

Make a difference to young children and families’ lives,

Develop confidence and creative facilitation skills,

Develop experience in education and community engagement projects,

Join a brilliant community of likeminded people!

If you are a confident communicator and are passionate about arts, we would love to hear from you!

Deadline: Ongoing. Volunteer inductions are held monthly.

Have any queries? Please email:

Interested in a partnership?

We are currently working with two local authorities in London and are always looking to expand our programme, across London and nationally.

To get in contact please email Communities programme manager Phoebe Grudzinskas: