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Slow Art Collective: Pavilion 2024

何时

2 – 11 January
10am – 2pm

Relaxed sessions:
4 January, 8 January
10am – 12 noon

地点

商店

费用

FREE

跟进

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联系方式

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何时

2 – 11 January
10am – 2pm

Relaxed sessions:
4 January, 8 January
10am – 12 noon

地点

商店

费用

FREE

跟进

Instagram

联系方式

电子邮件

A FREE, fun and engaging sensory 展会 where creativity knows no bounds. 

Join us in our gallery The Store for a one-of-a-kind experience masterminded by Slow Art Collective. Children and their grown-ups become hands-on creators of immersive artworks, adding their creative touch to woven fabric sculptures, musical structures, robotics and household lighting devices. Pavilion 24 uses recycled and repurposed materials to make a giant, playful sensory installation.

2 – 11 January, 10am – 2pm
商店

Guest Artist Workshops

Special guest artists: Sarah Aiken, Ngioka Bunda-Heath Dan Newell and Lauren Sheree, will each lead a series of free workshops – designed to take inspiration from the exhibition – offering imaginative, interactive and lo-tech activities. Drop-in and join these fun, free and imaginative workshops involving performance, craft, music and visual arts. All are welcome! 

Each workshop will run between 10am – 12pm 于 商店. 

 

Sarah Aiken – New Chimeras
5 January

A collage extravaganza for making your own mythical creature using cut-outs of animals, people, plants, machines, objects, or anything that can be imagined!
Artist and choreographer Sarah Aiken will lead a gentle and exploratory workshop for kids and families looking at mythical creatures through collage and movement. Cut and paste to make fun Frankensteins of living and non-living things. Then shake it off with regular dance breaks inspired by the new bodies we’ve made. 

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Lauren Sheree – Symphony of Creativity
6 January

A crafty kids’ orchestra workshop using paddle pop sticks, tape, and string to create custom instrument models. 
Join artist, musician and producer Lauren Sheree at an inclusive, kid-focused event offering 15-20 minute crafting sessions of drop-in fun across the 2-hour workshop duration. 

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Ngioka Bunda-Heath – Hip Hop Dance Workshop
8 January

A safe dance space for all children to have fun, connect with their bodies, make friends, and enjoy the freedom of DANCE!  

Ngioka’s Hip Hop dance workshop is high energy with a focus on learning hip-hop skills and building the confidence to dance freely. A drop-in, lo-fi dance workshop for kids.  Please note, the format will be run in 15-20 minute repeated sessions followed by a short break across the 2-hour workshop duration.

Ngioka Bunda-Heath is Wakka Wakka, Ngugi from Queensland; and Birrpai from New South Wales. She graduated from the Victorian College of the Arts, as the first Aboriginal woman in dance.  

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Dan Newell – Let’s Face It
9 January

A chance to make a magical version of you! 
Learn and use make-up tips from the master of enigmatic disguise, Daniel Newell a.k.a Dandrogyny. Children and adults are invited to pair up and paint their partner’s superpower, alter-ego or magical self!  Join this drop-in workshop to create the most wonderous versions of yourselves – using your faces to become and re-become – exploring how else we might choose to exist in the world.  

During this workshop you will be invited to use water-based, non-toxic face/body paint. Please test on a small patch of skin prior to face application.  

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Relaxed Sessions

You are welcome to two relaxed sessions where touch, sound and texture are just as important as the art-making process. Relaxed sessions limit sensory overload through reduced capacity, dim lights and chillout spaces – a stress-free environment for everyone to enjoy.

4 January, 10am – 12pm
8 January, 10am – 12pm
商店

FREE entry

For group bookings please contact: programming@abbotsfordconvent.com.au


“Incredibly innovative and beautiful
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“Just so magical, free, open ended and creative.”
“Loved how inviting the space was for all sensory needs.”
“Best kids art thing ever.”

Parents’ feedback from Pavilion 2023 

 

Please Note

The Store is wheelchair accessible.  

All children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. 

We will be documenting each workshop, so please inform the artist if you do not wish to be filmed or photographed. 

 

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through Creative Australia, its principal arts investment and advisory body.