School holidays at the Geelong Gallery

Posted 6 April 2017

Eye spy art adventure

How does abstract art make children feel? 5–9 year olds will discover how colour, line and shape influence our emotions in an interactive tour of abstract works in the Gallery, and then get creative in a workshop making their own creative collages.

Cost— Members $3 Non-members $5 Bookings essential. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

 

Eye spy art adventure for wee ones

Shape, colour and texture form the basis of abstraction—who better to explore this genre than 3–5 year olds, with their simplistic approach to composition. These school holidays we are hosting an interactive tour and workshop activity for young children to explore their inner abstract artist!

Monday 10 April, from 10.15am. Cost— Members $3 Non-members $5

Bookings essential. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Visit the events calendar for more programs at The Geelong Gallery.

 

Above Image: Canva.

Featured image: Grace Crowley, Abstract painting  1947, oil on cardboard. National Gallery of Australia, Canberra. Purchased 1959.

 

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