At Rosarts, we believe in empowering children’s creativity. We do this through the products we create and through our school workshops. But nothing shows our belief in children more than the work created by our incredible brand ambassadors – our #Rosartists!

Last year, we launched our search for the first ever #Rosartists through a campaign on Facebook and Twitter. We put out a call for children and young people who love to write, paint, draw and be creative to be the faces of Rosarts. It was incredible to see how many children wanted to be involved and how many messages we received from children and young people who wanted to join in!

From all the applicants, the first few pioneering #Rosartists were selected, and we began to set their challenges. On this page you’ll find a growing collection of the work of these amazing youngsters, and if you’ve got a child who would love to be involved too then watch this space, as we plan to grow our number of brand ambassadors even further over the next year!

Meet the team:


Brand Ambassadors


Anna is thirteen and from Hartlepool in North-East England. She’s fantastically talented and loves to be creative. She’s really interested in photography and has done some beautiful watercolour paintings too!




MiaBrand Ambassadors

Mia is eleven and from Birmingham. She’s an amazing storyteller with a brilliant imagination. She loves writing poems and stories, which makes her a fantastic Rosartist!



Brand AmbassadorsIzzie

Izzie is five and lives in North Yorkshire with her family. She’s the youngest of our Rosartists, but certainly one of the most creative. She’s not afraid to get her hands dirty and has wonderful handwriting!




ImogenBrand Ambassadors

Imogen is eight and lives in Somerset. She’s a fantastic talent, having taken a real interest in painting after watching and  joining in with the live videos on the Rosarts Facebook page. When she’s not busy creating, she loves the piano and spending time with her family.






Keep checking back for more on our brand ambassadors as we’ll be updating this page regularly and blogging about their creative challenges too. Don’t forget, if you have a creative child or know a young person who’d love to show off their storytelling skills, get in touch