Kids Club 2018
For children aged 5–8
Our Kids Club monthly workshops aim to familiarise your children with the Gallery, introduce them to art, inspire their talents and have them create their own unique artworks. This includes engaging with the Gallery’s collection and visiting some special exhibitions.
Kids Club runs one weekend every month, with sessions on Saturday and Sunday.
Bookings essential. You will also need to register at the members lounge 15 minutes before your session starts.
Various Saturdays and Sundays in 2018
10.30am, 1pm, 3pm
See listing for details
All materials supplied
Single sessions only
No series subscriptions available
Bookings and enquiries: 02 9225 1878
Three full working days (Mon–Fri) notice is required to qualify for a refund. All refunds attract an administration charge of 25% of the ticket price(s) with a minimum charge of $5. Not negotiable. No transfers between sessions.
Duration 1 hour, 30 minutes
Location: Members lounge
Year of the Dog
Kids Club kicks off the Lunar New Year by celebrating the Year of the Dog. To generate some good luck vibes we will be making a dog sculpture from clay.
Let’s dive deep into the ocean and create a wild and washy watery under world scene.
We’ll use coloured paper to make a menagerie of brightly coloured crazy animals.
A garden of flowers
We will make a gorgeous garden of flowers using collage and crayon. Bring your garden to life by adding some bees and butterflies.
Faces in a crowd
Happy, sad, angry or glad, will look at our facial features and expressions and make a busy composition of faces in a crowd.
Ten green bottles
We’ll transform a row of bottles into an amazing colourful abstract design, using shades of green and a splash of red.
Into the future
Let’s make a futuristic sculpture, it could be a robot or, a spaceship to take us to the moon. Use your imagination and creative skills to make a fun sculpture out of paper and cardboard.
Moon and stars
We will look at paintings with houses and buildings and then make a cozy and sleepy night-time cityscape.
Let’s look at insects and small creatures and see how many we can draw on our page, using collage and pencils.
Fun with food
Food is fun to eat, and fun to draw. Let’s create a smorgasbord of our favourite foods using pencils and watercolours.
Decorate a ceramic platter with an intricate and colour design. Ideal for the festive season.