NGV Kids at Home: Art Club with Jenna Lee

Past program


This program takes place virtually

Meet artists and designers online and explore the playful side of making art. Developed for primary-aged children, these 45-minute artist-led activities use everyday drawing materials and are designed to stimulate creative thinking. Children are welcome to participate on their own or get the whole family to join in the fun.

Artist: Jenna Lee

Jenna Lee is a mixed-race Larrakia, Wardaman and Karajarri, Asian (Japanese, Chinese, Filipino) and Anglo Australian woman whose artistic practice uses paper, painting, projection, found objects, books and the written word to explore her identity, culture and childhood memories. Children can join Jenna in fun art-making activities inspired by her artwork. 

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 comments section.

This program includes an art-making demonstration. Art-making materials are listed under each session below. Alternatively you can watch, take inspiration and draw later.

Information for people who are Deaf or hard of hearing

The NGV Kids program is generously supported by The Truby and Florence Williams Charitable Trust, managed by Equity Trustees. The NGV also wishes to acknowledge the Spotlight Foundation for their support of the NGV Kids at Home Art Club online program.

Sat 8 May, 11–11.45am (Past)

Children draw on their favourite memories to create a paper history box to fill with treasures and hopes for the future. Materials required: a few sheets of white or coloured A4 paper, ruler, scissors, coloured pencils or markers and glue.

Ten minutes before the scheduled start time please join here and provide the event password ArtClub#0805.

Sat 15 May, 11–11.45am (Past)

This session Jenna talks about the importance of land and Country to Aboriginal people and demonstrates how to create a book of nature textures with leaves from around the home or neighborhood. Materials required: a collection of different leaves, white paper, crayons, coloured pencils or oil pastels.

Ten minutes before the scheduled start time please join here and provide the event password ArtClub#1505.

Sat 29 May, 11–11.45am (Past)

In acknowledgement of Reconciliation week, Jenna will demonstrate how to create a drawing of kindness and respect and transform it into a paper heart using simple origami folding techniques. Materials required: several sheets of plain or coloured paper, scissors and coloured pencils or markers.

Ten minutes before the scheduled start time please join here and provide the event password ArtClub#2905.

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