Natalie Zervou is an artist-educator and the founder of Starting With Art. She lives in Camden.
What?: The stylish Chelsea stalwart has a predictably tasteful kids’ department, stocking a well-chosen mix of design classics […]
The store offers a monstrous selection of edibles, from salts made from tears to conserves made from bodily fluids.
Children are encouraged to think independently and collaborate to create walkways, see-saws and slides using diverse materials.
What?: I’ve taken Bab to the V&A a few times, with mixed results. There was the time we went for an aimless wander and she got absolutely covered in museum-floor filth, kept trying to prod the priceless artefacts and pissed off a waitress by recarpeting the cafe floor with Petit Filous
Fount is the parental utopia you’ve always dreamed of but never believed could exist because life just isn’t that kind
What?: The British Museum’s Little Feet programme for under-fives is a dynamic series of sessions drawing inspiration from the copious objects and artworks found in the gallery’s temporary and permanent exhibits. A Splash of Colour took its cue from the child-friendly primary hues found throughout The American Dream: Pop to the Present
What?: Hoxton’s Parasol Unit for contemporary art is the backdrop for this interactive workshop, which takes place in this beautiful not-for-profit gallery’s upstairs studio. Created by artist and educator Natalie Zervou, founder of the brilliant Starting with Art,