Arts Programs

Kids wonderland at CS Gallery!

Join hilarious performers and artists from Playable Streets on an adventure through a kids wonderland of the places, spaces, people and things that we love about our City, in the CS Gallery exhibition ‘Skylines and Storylines’. Children will follow a storyline through pictures, sounds and stories in the gallery, and then make their own artwork which will appear in the exhibition!


Monday 17 January |1.30pm | CS Gallery
Wednesday 19 January |1.30pm | CS Gallery

Draw your own Dog with Stephanie Bell

Join local illustrator Stephanie Bell and learn how to trace around your hands to create your own cheeky dog character! Stephanie will guide children to draw a dog and then build a story around their new puppy pal. [LB]

The only question is, will they be good dogs or naughty dogs? Let’s find out! 

Monday 17 January | 10am | Melton Library
Friday 21 January | 2pm |
 Melton Library

Prismatic Play with Georgina Humphries

Georgina Humphries will be creating a kinetic installation to fill the lawns of CS Gallery and Caroline Springs Library with prismatic colour and inflatable fun.

 Made from re-purposed tents, this colourful playground will invite all ages to be fully immersed in sensory enjoyment.

Patchwork sails will create an overhead canopy facing Caroline Springs Boulevard, which will shelter colourful 3D patchwork mats that invite passers-by to play, have a picnic, rest or relax on their bright surfaces.

Visit the lawns outside CS Gallery from 20 January to 13 February 2022.

The Stories That Connect Us

Creekside College Year 9 students worked with multi-disclipinary artist Luciano to animate local stories about Lake Caroline. Head to the lake to experience this installation of artworks and augmented reality animations which are activated by a QR code using your phone.
On display until 28 February 2022.





For bookings contact:
Madeleine McClelland, Team Leader Arts Engagement and Development via email: or phone: 9747 5913



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