Scoop Issue 23 Art
|Publisher Names||by Curious Publishing|
This issue is about the many stories art tells, the ways we look at art and the way art stretches us to think about the world with a new perspective.
We bring you the story of a town where all the buildings have been painted joyful colours to reflect the spirit of the place, we wonder about the mystery of why cave art was made in caves, we look at how different artists work in different ways, from selfies to graffiti, we invite you to create your own portraits, monograms, galleries, hearts and stones.
It is an issue jam packed full of marvellous ideas, stories, and activities to see you through the summer holidays!
Clementine Macmillan-Scott, Publisher, grew up in both London and New York, and currently lives in Sussex. She has worked in literary publishing on the editorial and agenting side.
She spent two years in Sri Lanka running the Galle Literary Festival and implementing the Galle Children's Festival. She had the idea for Scoop two years ago when reading The Children's Newspaper, a paper that never talked down to it readers. It seemed to her that there was a need for such a publication for today's generation.
She founded Scoop with the goal that as many children as possible should be able find their way into a love of reading.