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Curious Creatures Wild Minds | Children’s Book Week Competition 2020

 

Create a Curious Creature Mask that shows your Wild Side! Come to the Book Week ZOOM Trivia night Wednesday 21 October @ 5.30pm

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Join the Snail Mail Project

Let's connect! Kids are invited to become pen pals by sending a message and art creation to someone who has to stay home just like you

VCE Studio Art Unit 4 Art and Industry Contexts

 

This Video and PDF resource relates directly to our exhibitions, White Light Owen Piggott and Mr Chicken Comes to Bairnsdale Leigh Hobbs UNTIL 31 JULY 2020

Video Channel | #creativeathome

Easy to follow art activities for primary school aged children that make use of materials found in the home or the backyard

Character Design

Are you between 13 – 16 years of age and interested in designing and illustrating characters?

How to draw Mr Chicken in ten easy steps

We invite you to have fun with the resources in this package and experience the world of Leigh Hobbs.

Rainbow Window Paint | #creativeathome

Rainbow window paint recipe

Playdough Recipe | #creativeathome

NGV KIDS AT HOME

Spark creativity at home with NGV online resources for children and families. Choose from art-making activities, games and eBooks to do at home.

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