Join us online to explore the playful side of making art. These 45-minute artist-led activities use everyday art supplies and encourage creative thinking. Children are welcome to participate on their own or with the whole family.
Artist: Bundit Puangthong
Melbourne based Thai artist, Bundit Puangthong mixes his training in traditional Thai painting with his interest in graffiti and Pop art to create colourful, large-scale paintings which explore his cultural identity. After captivating audiences with his childhood stories during his Art Club sessions in 2020, Bundit returns for this series of workshops, inspired by his family history in puppet making.
Bundit lives and works in Melbourne and has recently completed a large-scale mural in Melbourne as part of the Flash Fwd laneway project.
Online Event Instructions
This program will be delivered online via Webex Events. Select a session time below for a Webex event link and password which can be accessed 10 minutes before the program start time.
We look forward to hearing your questions or comments via the chat bar.
This program includes an art-making demonstration. Materials required are listed under each session below. Alternatively you can watch, take inspiration and create later.
The NGV wishes to acknowledge the Spotlight Foundation for their support of the NGV Kids at Home Art Club online program.