Skylines and Storytimes
Where: Family and school workshops in various locations throughout 2021.
This exciting child-led program explores children’s perception of their city as it grows and changes. Asking the questions, what is it like to live in the City of Melton? Why is it your home? Children are encouraged to explore what they treasure most about where they live and learn about each other’s experience.
Artistic partners Playable Streets will guide students through an exciting range of practical online and in-school activities in this year-long project.
The project culminates in an interactive exhibition launched at CS Gallery during Children's Week, in October 2021.
February - March | Submit Artwork to our Online Gallery
Children can participate in submitting their drawings of favourite local places to an online gallery, which Playable Streets artists will adapt into an interactive online artwork connecting students’ imagery with imagery of other children across the City.
Grab a worksheet, draw your favourite local place and submit your artwork.
Download the Skylines and Storytimes worksheet(PDF, 808KB).
April - June | Art Workshops for Schools and Families!
Throughout April to June 2021, Playable Streets will provide community and school workshops encouraging children and families to create and contribute ideas for the Skylines and Storylines exhibition at CS Gallery happening during Children's Week in October 2021!
Curriculum Links: The Arts, Music, Literacy, STEM, Technologies (see teachers resources for full information).
Download: Teachers Resources(PDF, 3MB)
October - December | Join us at the Skylines and Storylines Exhibition
All participating students will be invited to attend a Children’s Week exhibition opening and see how their ideas and artworks were translated into an immersive audio and visual arts exhibition experience at CS Gallery.
For bookings contact:
Madeleine McClelland, Team Leader Arts Engagement and Development via email: email@example.com or phone: 9747 5913