Catching a blockbuster exhibition often means the kids needs to be otherwise occupied, but not so at Tate Modern's phenomenally successful Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs, whic also happens to be extremely child-friendly. This Tate video shows children responding joyously to the towering, intensely coloured papercuts. Under-12s go free to the exhibition and also eat free at the gallery with a paying parent.
Alongside the show, these free workshops build on the artist's statement that the object is an actor and let kids explore ways of representing their chosen characters in still-life drawings. The sessions are suitable for under-16s and take place in the Clore Learning Centre.