Junior Art Scientists: What happens when…?
DatesMon 22 Jan 2024 - Wed 24 Jan 2024
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What happens when a bubble bursts? What happens when moving air meets still water? Come along to Junior Art Scientists: What Happens When…? and find out!
Bunjil Place presents ‘Junior Art Scientists: What Happens When…?’
This interactive art workshop for primary-aged students and their parents invites participants to play with colourful liquids and create artworks while asking the question ‘What Happens When…?’. Designed as a companion workshop to Ash Keating’s exhibition Pressure this summer holiday workshop provides an opportunity for young children to engage with STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, mathematics) thinking and explore different forces of control to make art.
Bring your curiosity and prepare to be inspired - from flowers and ink to coffee filters and bubbles, it’s sure to be a fun morning of experiments and colour!
- Painting with Bubbles
- Ink Blowing
- Flower Petal Dyes
- Chromatography Flowers
*We encourage you to bring any flowers from home that you might like to make dye with!
Meet your teaching artist
Eleanor is an artist-educator based in the City of Casey of Naarm, Melbourne currently completing a degree in Educational Studies and Fine Arts. She currently works in a school supporting the art department and is passionate about nurturing creativity and critical thinking in young people.
As an artist, Eleanor has exhibited sculpture and painting works at Newstead Arts Hub and MADA NOW, performed in ‘Us and All of This’ by Liesel Zink, and worked with the City of Casey’s very own Arts Agitators to develop and deliver arts programming to local communities. As a community member and educator, she is interested in fostering creativity in those around her and supporting creative careers.
Image: NGV Kids on Tour 2023, Bunjil Place. Photo: Paoli Smith
Monday 22 January 2024
Wednesday 24 January 2024
10.00 am - 12.00 pm
10.00 am - 12.00 pm