|Sessions are designed for visitors aged four and up - but all are welcome!|
These free art-making sessions appeal to families (but children are not a pre-requisite, and our interpretation of 'family' is rather lateral) but are suitable for all ages. They provide a chance for active parent-child engagement and making art together.
|Print your pet: Dry print making inspired by Andy Warhol's iconic work in Degas to Dalí|
We suggest you turn up by 2.30pm as most activities require around 30 minutes to make an artwork. Often we encourage visitors to create an individual artwork which can for a short time between 1-3pm, become a larger collaborative work.
collection and current exhibition programme. Here’s a montage of creations from past family drop-ins that celebrate everything from collection-based exhibitions such as Toi Aotearoa to special exhibitions such as Degas to Dalí.
|Art inspired by exhibitions on display in the Gallery, including Reuben Patterson's Gazillion Swirl! (top left), a wide variety of NZ artists from Toi Aotearoa and the hugely popular touring exhibition Degas to Dalí|
|Mini lampshades inspired by Niki Hastings-Mcfall's Home Is the Sailor, Home from the Sea, 2012, from the exhibition Home AKL.|
|These magnificent 3-D paper sculptures were inspired by Max Ernst's mysterious work La Forêt (The Forest), 1927-28, from Degas to Dalí.|
– Robbie Butterworth, Senior Gallery Educator and Viven Masters, Gallery educator