Toddler Tuesday Goma

South Bank

This excellent introduction to the art world takes place at either GOMA or the Queensland Art Gallery depending on the current theme, which changes every eight weeks.

Designed especially for children aged 18 months to 4 years, these 45 minute ‘workshops’ incorporate looking at some pieces of the gallery’s works and drawing or making pictures or installations (in a dedicated room or outside) in keeping with what has been seen. Often music is incorporated and all materials are supplied, while those conducting the sessions are art-trained.

Past themes have included Japanese gardens and Opus (the QAG Robert Riddel sculpture) and due to high demand attendance is limited to one session per eight weeks.

Toddler Tuesday

QAG & GOMA

Stanley Place

South Bank

Tue 10am-10.45am

Tue 11am-11.45am

3840 7232

Free

Map

State Library of Queensland, Stanley Place, South Brisbane, Queensland

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