Family workshop: Paper circuits (Age 7+)

Sunday 22 October & 5 November 2017, 10am-12pm

Bring paper to life in this illuminating family workshop!

On the spectacular site of Observatory Hill, families will experience the latest contemporary art in The Last Resort by celebrated French/Albanian artist Anri Sala. Led by our educators, families will work together to create their own illuminated drawings or paper sculptures, using copper tape and LEDs. Create simple or complex electric circuits, experiment with light and shadow, and bring your artwork to life! This workshop is designed for families with children 7+, and offers a fun and engaging platform to explore art and science. No soldering required!

This is a limited opportunity. Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences is pleased to offer this workshop free of charge, courtesy of a partnership with Kaldor Public Art Projects.

ABOUT KALDOR PUBLIC ART PROJECTS
For over 48 years Kaldor Public Art Projects has created groundbreaking projects with international artists in public spaces, changing the landscape of contemporary art in Australia with projects that resonate around the world.

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Kaldor Public Art Projects is proud to present Anri Sala: The Last Resort with Program Partner the Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences and Presenting Partner Art & About Sydney.

PLEASE NOTE: Each child must be accompanied by an adult. Bookings are essential, and each child and accompanying adult must be registered.


Image details: Photograph by Keisha Miller

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