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Maitland Art Playgroup meets at MRAG weekly during school term on Thursday mornings from 10 am - 12 noon, to connect and learn through play and most importantly, have fun! If you would like to join contact Jennifer Muir by phone, 0439 937 130 or email firstname.lastname@example.org 0 - 6 year olds | Thursday 10.00am – 12noon For more information head to Playgroup NSWFind out more »
BOOKINGS REQUIRED. Every Sunday families are welcome to book in to attend free art activities inspired by the exhibitions on display. Our activities are designed for kids of all ages, and as a family you can all join in and get creative. Each activity takes around half an hour to complete.
Art Sunday is staffed by qualified art teachers. The workshop is designed to encourage parents and children to add to their experience of the gallery by accessing hands-on activities in a family friendly environment.
Please note: children cannot be left unattended during Art Sundays
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A great way to connect in a safe environment, the workshop welcomes people with a lived mental health experience to connect with art and community. The third Friday of the month. Lunch included Materials supplied For all enquiries and bookings contact Debra Bollinger, Aftercare, phone: 0408 563 361Find out more »
Drop into MRAG these school holidays to see inspiring exhibitions and have fun with our self-directed activities located in the gallery, or you can pick up a take-home kit to have MRAG art fun at home!Find out more »
Bodies On A Rock is an exhibition of existing and new works by local artist Shan Turner-Carroll. Turner-Carroll’s practice documents the multiplicity of connections between body and landscape. Site-specificity is key to this, not only as a premise for the work but also in how an embodied methodology unfolds around each site and location it is presented. Sun, Moon Walk I, 2015 was a performative gesture where the artist followed the sun and moon with a mirror through the streets…Find out more »
Anna Louise Richardson’s work is about intergenerational exchange, parenthood and signifiers of identity based on her experience of life in rural Western Australia living and working on a 7th generation family farm. The exhibition When night falls is a collection of her work over the last 5 years working through the complex relationships between rural Australians, the environment, and ecological responsibility. Documenting the emotions and personal narrative of her relationship to the land her work also tells a shared story…Find out more »