NGV Kids at Home: Art Club with Charlotte Alldis

Sat 24 Apr, 11am–11.45am (AEST)

Free

This program takes place virtually

Booking recommended

General enquiries

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9am–5pm, daily

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: Charlotte Alldis

The works of Melbourne artist Charlotte Alldis are playful and intuitive, oozing with colour and wild wriggling figures that float across their landscapes. She has an education background in psychology and is currently undertaking training in art therapy. Charlotte co-founded Making A Mess, a series of workshops and events based around playfulness, mark making and community creativity and mindfulness.

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 will be listed under each session below closer to the program date. 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 27 Mar, 2–2.45pm (AEST) (Past)

To celebrate Melbourne Design Week, children can look to the future and design the world they want through drawing and mark making activities. Will it be a world made of clay or kaleidoscopic colours – what does your ideal world look like? Materials required: paper and whatever mark making materials you have at home such as markers, paint or coloured pencils.

Ten minutes before the scheduled start time please join here and provide the event password ArtClub#2703.

Sat 10 Apr, 11–11.45am (AEST) (Past)

This session Charlotte’s demonstrates how to use recycled materials to create a three-dimensional kooky creature! Materials required: a collection of recycled materials such as cardboard boxes, kitchen rolls, egg cartons and bottle tops, PVA glue and a small paintbrush or sticky tape as well as art making materials to decorate.

Ten minutes before the scheduled start time please join here and provide the event password ArtClub#1004.

Sat 24 Apr, 11–11.45am (AEST)
Magical Gardens

Charlotte will demonstrate how to use experimental art making techniques to create magical garden backdrop for your kooky creature (session 2) or a stuffed toy. Materials required: A large piece of poster paper or four A4 pieces of paper taped together, any art making materials you have at home such as paint, coloured pencils or markers.

Ten minutes before the scheduled start time please join here and provide the event password ArtClub#2404.

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