Art in Parks: Suncatchers by the Lake
Looking for a fun and educational day out for the kids this school holidays? This workshop is it! This workshop is fantastic opportunity for kids for get in touch with their creative sides in a wonderful natural setting.
Adelaide Hills artist Tania Kunze will be teaching children how to melt coloured plastic beads into suncatchers, which will be ready to take home on the same day! Local scientist Nicola Barnes will also be joining us to teach us about the animals and plants that inhabit the park.
Art in Parks: Suncatchers by the Lake is on for one day only on 12 October, 2017 at Totness Recreation Park. Tickets start at $5. Bookings are essential.
Art in Parks is a series of events that bring together scientists and artists in scenic locations across the Murray Darling Basin. The program is presented by the Natural Resources SA Murray Darling Basin, and funded by the 2017 Inspiring South Australia Regional Science-Arts Grants program.Read More View Map
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