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Radical Ecologies for Children

Radical Ecologies for Children

Weekend Workshop: Eco-Projection Mapping

Saturday 27 August
10:30am – 1pm & 1:30pm – 4pm
Ages: 7 – 12

Projection mapping is a process that can turn any object into a display surface for video projection. For PICA’s Weekend Workshop, video artist and director Stephen Aaron Hughes will guide children in creating their own 3D projections, engaging with the themes of the exhibition, Radical Ecologies. Children will experiment with projecting their own image onto plants and plants onto their own body! Each child will get to take home a print of their artwork at the end of the workshop.
$25 per child


Spark_Lab Radical Ecologies Activity for Kids | FREE EVENT

Bring the kids to PICA’s Radical Reading Room. Dance up a storm to Mei Saraswati’s sound work with samplings of water from a rain puddle, the Swan River and a leaking tap. In this process, children will learn about the ecological temes from our exhibition, engaging with the techniques and materials used by our artists.


Spark_Lab Radical Ecologies Activity Sheet

Bring your children to PICA’s Radical Ecologies exhibition and we will provide you with a free Children’s Activity Worksheet. Combining written and drawing activities, these worksheets are intended to be filled out as you experience the exhibition as a way to facilitate engagement and learning. Start them young!