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.
Taylah Cole is an Indigenous textile designer and artist based in Naarm (Melbourne). Taylah’s practice is inspired by her love of nature, which comes from growing up in a beautiful place surrounded by ferns and lush trees. She is heavily influenced by her Indigenous heritage and culture, her love of plants, cats and all things art.
Online Event Instructions
This program will be streamed online via the NGV Website. Event links will be available below closer to the date. To receive a reminder please select desired session below to register your attendance.
We look forward to hearing your questions or comments via the comments section.
This program includes an art-making demonstration. Children may like to draw along with the artist, we suggest having some art-making materials ready such as paper and coloured pencils or markers. Alternatively you can watch, take inspiration and draw later.
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.