- Free Workshop 18 January, 2018
As part of NGV’s Kids on Tour 2018 workshops BHCAC bring you Fiona Hall: Who lives here?
Fiona Hall invites children to create an animal and it’s habitat. There are millions of different species that live on planet Earth. Animals, plants, fungi and tiny microorganisms are all living things. The group of animals with no backbone, called invertebrates – including insects, spiders and crabs – make up the majority of the animals on the planet. Children can choose to make a small creature, such as an insect, spider, earthworm, snail or crab; or perhaps a bigger creature, such a fish, frog, lizard, bird or furry animal.
Suitable children aged 6 to 12 years.
Free event – Sold Out
Image credit: A ‘Who Lives Here?’ collage artwork from young NGV visitors.
- 18 January, 2018 10:00 am - 10:30 am