Unleash your children’s creative side with Hotel Transylvania 2 themed Creation Station classes and nationwide ‘Design a Monster’ competition
The Creation Station are delighted to have teamed up with Sony Pictures Home Entertainment to run a creative workshops across the UK.
Parents are being asked to help their kids create a monster inspired by Hotel Transylvania 2 during half-term and post to Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest or Instagram with the hashtag #MonsterMeHotelT2 along with their children’s ages to win.
The winning design will be chosen by Sony Pictures Animation and drawn by one of their prestigious animation team; the winner will also receive a ‘The Art of Hotel Transylvania 2’ book, signed by the Director. Spot prizes will be awarded every day to the best entry via the hashtag and will be announced on the official Hotel Transylvania 2 Facebook page (www.facebook.com/CheckInToHotelT). The main winner will be selected on Monday 22nd February.
In addition to the nationwide competition, Creation Station will be running Hotel Transylvania 2 themed creative classes across the UK during half-term 15th -21st February.
The sessions are designed to celebrate the launch of Sony Pictures Home Entertainment’s monster family box- office hit HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA 2, out now on Digital HD and on Blu-ray 3D™, Blu-ray™ and DVD 15th February.
The fun hands on classes will focus on the theme ‘Love your monster’ and children from the age of 6 months to 11 years will be encouraged to create their own fun creative monsters through a range of art & crafts materials. The different classes will be tailored to suit the age and stage of each child and additional prizes will be awarded for the best in class.
Children can enter the ‘Design a Monster’ competition even if they haven’t been able to attend the workshops, so get creative and share your photos.
Places are limited for these fun hands on workshops so visit www.thecreationstation.co.uk or email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01395 239700 for details of local venues and more details of how you can get involved. You can also check out The Creation Station’s Facebook Page.