Kite Activity Kits for Waltham Forest Residents

Kit Kite registration has now closed – thank you to everyone who donated and participated. Don’t forget to share your designs with us and become part of the Kit Kite Gallery.

Still to get started? Follow the information below….

How do I make my kite?
Your kit includes step by step instructions, but if you get stuck, you can watch this ‘How To Video’ which shows you all the stages.

Where can I get inspiration?  
Stuck for where to start on your design? We commissioned ten makers tcreate their own kite using the kits. Each was selected for a different skillset – whether that be experience in textiles, collage, screen-printing, graphic design, architectural drawing etc. so there’s a great mix of styles and references to get inspired by. All live or have a connection to the borough. 

Click here to see their short videos showing how they approached the challenge! 

What do I do once I’ve finished my kite?
Film it!  Photograph it! Upload it to the Gallery!

We’d love you to upload an image of your kite to feature in our special online gallery, showcasing the range of amazing kites made by everyone across the borough. We’ve produced 1000 kits, so are looking forward to gathering them all together! Lets build the biggest online kite gallery the world has ever seen……

Remember to photograph or film your kites in portrait format. They need to be 800 x 800 pixels ideally.

Select your area below and click on the link which will take you to a dropbox folder where you can upload your images:

Higham Hill

Share it!
Share your picture on social media using the hashtags #blackhorsekitkite #virtualculture

The Kit Kite Project was commissioned by Waltham Forest Council as part of Waltham Forest Virtual Culture programme designed during the COVID-19 pandemic. Funded by the Great Place Scheme.  Walthamstow Garden Party In The Air is produced by the Barbican in partnership with London Borough of Waltham Forest, and with the support of Arts Council England