A space for the creative child

The Arty Party is a free interactive art event for kids and families at Spinks Park in Lismore next month.
The Arty Party is a free interactive art event for kids and families at Spinks Park in Lismore next month.

THE Arty Party will be a free interactive art event for children under 12 years of age, their families, carers, and any other community members.

Produced by 100 Wonder Place, the event has been described as an opportunity to watch, explore and create art.

The party will include colourful performers who will let the children lead the creativity in drawing games, dancing, percussion, cubbyhouse construction, chalk drawing on pavements, reading, dress-ups and crafts.

All the children and their carers need to bring to the party is a playful attitude, as all other materials will be provided.

The Arty Party will transform Spinks Park into a festive, playful wonderland of unique interactive art experiences and performance.

VReative troupe 100 Wonder Place is a new creative partnership of three local visual and performing artists - Claudie Frock (Lismore Regional Gallery's learning officer and Peggy Popart), Valley Lipcer (artistic director of Roundabout Theatre and The Village, Byron Falls Festival) and Gabrielle Griffin (puppeteer and experienced disability dance practitioner).

The event is supported by Regional Arts NSW, Arts Northern Rivers, Lismore Regional Gallery, Lismore City Council, Roundabout Theatre, CWA, Lismore Environment Centre and Ms Brown's Lounge.

At Spinks Park, Lismore (behind the Lismore Regional Gallery in Molesworth St) on Thursday, July 2, from 10.30am to 2.30pm. Free event. More information at http://100wonderplace.com.au

 



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