“The Shape of Things”; a child friendly interactive art piece at Woodgrove Shopping Centre
A fun interactive art installation will take form at Woodgrove Shopping Centre, Melton over the Autumn school holidays and your children are invited to take part in the art!
"The Shape of Things" is a fully immersive pop-up art installation, a progressive art piece that will be curated by children visiting the centre to help raise money for local community partner “Hope Street”.
A shipping container will become a blank canvas. Inside will be living room furniture and all walls painted white.
Children are invited into the space to apply colourful shape stickers to all surfaces, creating a fun and interactive experience.
To coincide with the experience, Woodgrove will open a Pop Up Park for families to relax after a busy day shopping with the kids, complete with comfy lawn furniture, umbrellas and lawn games from 10am till 4pm every day.
The Container Pop Up Activity will run from 2 April until the end of the school holidays on the 15 April, every day from 10am till 2pm.
Voluntary gold coin donations will be collected to aid community partner “Hope Street”.
Based in Clifton Hill, Louella Kennedy is a creative artist and educator with a special interest in using art for wellbeing. Louella runs a variety of art classes for different age groups and interests.
Located in both Greenvale and Doncaster, Nature Crew invite you to join them to get back to your roots and to normalise nature play. In a world full of apps, snaps, clicks and likes, let's raise some sprouts, buds, bugs and mites!