The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) is hosting a week-long "celebration of interactivity" culminating on February 19 at 9.30am with a "celebration of student and children's creativity".

During this event children and students will show some of their creative digital work and explain the processes through which they did it. The session will also raises questions about the place creativity holds within the curriculum.

Computer games, virtual reality, film and learning products will all be on display. According to the organisers it will offer the chance to sample some of the creative work happening across the UK during 2004.

The event will be held in partnership with Ultralab, the learning technology research centre, and will take place at Bafta, 195 Piccadilly, W1J 9LN. It is free to BAFTA members, and £10 to everyone else.