National Wool Museum School Holiday Program Launches Online 

Posted 8 April 2020

National Wool Museum School Holiday Program Launches Online

The National Wool Museum is here to help entertain the kids at home during the school holidays. The online program encourages young children to get crafty, create and make at home.

This week listen to Marc Martin’s beautiful story, A River, and start to imagine all the amazing places a river may take you. Then be inspired to create your own river scene using recycled fabric, wool and origami with our step-by-step guide.

“Let your imagination take you as far away as you want to travel… look out your window and see a river stretching away in both directions…”

View the StoryCraft: A River on YouTube here.

Share your completed river scenes with us and we’ll join them into a magical journey we can take together.

If you missed out on last weeks workshop with artist-in-residence, Mary-Jane Walker pop over to the YouTube link and watch the Birds and Butterflies, video! (You can also access this on our learning tab here on the Arts Atlas Website.

You can make your own paper butterfly with Mary-Jane Walker. Listen as she tells you about her amazing art and science project: Now you see us! Learn about the endangered birds and butterflies in our region and find out how you can help. Then follow our step-by-step guide to make your very own butterfly.

Don’t forget to share your finished butterflies with the National Wool Museum!

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“Our thanks to Marc Martin for allowing us to use his book.” – National Wool Museum.
See his website for more amazing works.

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