Art for Small People | Term 2, 2017
Length: 10.30am - 11.15am (45 mins), every Thursday between 4 May and 15 June 2017
Location: Gladstone Regional Art Gallery & Museum
Cost: $5 per child (Adults free), pay per session each week
Age group: 18 months - 5 years old (+ Adult)
Level: Using very basic motor skills
Availability: Bookings appreciated - Max 10 children per session
What's provided: All art materials provided
Bring: Wear art clothes and prepare to get messy!
Bring your small person with you to the Gladstone Regional Art Gallery & Museum and join qualified children's art tutor, Felicia Lloyd, for some hassle-free fun!
Sessions are designed to enrich creativity and bonding between child and guardian, while taking the stress out of unrestricted art play. Prepare to get messy as your little one flexes their creative muscle and develops their fine motor skills in the process.
The Art For Small People program has been tailored to suit very young children (18 months - 5 years) and has been developed with a focus on interactivity and visual art awareness, rather than creating a finished product.
How often you come is up to you; Attend one session or make it part of your weekly routine. Bookings are appreciated as spaces are limited, phone 4976 6766 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
All materials will be provided, just be sure to wear your best "art clothes".
The Gallery & Museum is a friendly and welcoming space for the whole family so bring your creative adventurer along with you for some affordable, quality time together.
Parking is available behind the Gallery & Museum, off Bramston Street.
Felicia Lloyd has an extensive arts practice in the Gladstone Region including solo exhibitions, facilitating art workshops and developing community art projects and event management. An experienced commercial photographer, landscape designer and art teacher, she has artworks in a number of private, corporate and state collections including the QLD State Library.