Share in a child’s early art experiences and discover artworks from the NGV Collection together with online sessions designed for children aged 2 – 5 years and their parents or carers.
This NAIDOC Week children and families will learn about NAIDOC Week, this year’s theme of ‘Always Was, Always Will Be‘ and find out about Wurundjeri man William Barak, who used art as a way to record and preserve his culture for future generations. This will be followed by an art-making demonstration which will encourage kids to learn more about the traditional custodians of the land where they live, learn and play.
Facilitated by Stephanie Pohlman, Youth and Families Coordinator and Kayla Clinch, Children’s Programs Administration Assistant, NGV Kids.
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.
For the best experience, everyone’s microphones and cameras will be turned off. You can ask any questions or share comments via the chat function.
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 online Under 5’s program.