Warrnambool Art Gallery will become a creative hub for children as Melbourne's National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) sets up camp for a week of workshops.
Featuring the diverse work of Alice Oehr, Kenny Pittock, Lucy Roleff and Misaki Kawai, The WAG's Georgie Jones said the four workshops exposed children to a range of mediums.
"Having these dedicated workshops are a great way to get kids in and help with their creativity and imagination throughout their holidays," she said.
"We teamed with NGV last year and it was really popular. NGV gets in contact with regional art galleries and sends out materials for kids who can't get to Melbourne.
"The kids love it, they love being creative. They're exposed to different artists and styles and the materials have different structures."
The WAG is delighted to offer the NGV Kids on Tour program.
Each activity takes place at 10.30am at the WAG's dedicated children's gallery:
- Saturday, January 9: Family Drawing with Alice Oehr
- Sunday, January 10: Silly Sketches with Kenny Pittock
- Wednesday, January 13: Moko Moko Park Puppet Show with Misaki Kawai
- Thursday, January 14: NGV Teens - Perfecting Compositions for sketches and photography with Lucy Roleff.
- Saturday, January 16: Take Home Activity Book
All activities are free but tickets must be booked through Eventbrite via eventbrite.com.au/o/the-warrnambool-art-gallery-14483395012
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