Doing it for the kids: the tiny revolution in our art museums

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Jane O'Sullivan

Kids are no longer an unwelcome presence in our art museums. Three of the country’s leading experts in children’s programming talk about how to get kids engaged and how to keep them coming back.

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Pipilotti Rist MCA Kids Opening. Photo by Daniel Boud. Supplied.

About the author

Jane O'Sullivan is a Sydney-based visual arts writer and a former editor of Art Collector and Art Edit magazine. She has covered the local art market for the Australian Financial Review and Artnet, and her writing has also appeared in Art Guide, Ocula and Artist Profile, among others.