The kids and I went to the Queensland Gallery Of Modern Art (GOMA) today and had a look at the 7th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (APT7) exhibition.
In one area there were computers and children were able to use Farsi language (Persian) to create animals. So if you chose a duck you then used the Persian written form for duck to create your design. It’s easier to see it than trying to describe it…..so check out my son’s tiger HERE and then you can create your own.
The kids had heaps of fun in the kid’s Richard Maloy section playing with yellow and blue cardboard.
Some of the sculptures were amazing. My son was especially drawn to Rina Banerjee sculptures and Hahan’s paintings.
Take your kids to an art gallery and you might be surprised. 🙂