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Children’s installation provides froggy insights to waterways and wetlands

A site-engaged work will be landing at the Shepparton Art Museum to invite reflections on our ecosystem, but not without…

a child playing with coloured paper in the dark

The power of play and how to bring it home

The playground may be closed with no free-roaming allowed, but small acts of play can still be achieved and are…


Book review: The Song of Lewis Carmichael, Sofie Laguna, Allen and Unwin

A hot air balloon journey to the Arctic circle: a tale of friendship and resilience.


Puppetry Review: Picasso and his Dog

The artist and his dachshund : a long-lasting, inspirational friendship


Theatre Review: The Lighthouse and Bluey's Big Play

Two very different experiences to engage wonder and play.


Exhibition Review: Treasures of the Natural World, Melbourne Museum

Over 200 rare objects offer stories about evolution, culture and science.


Winter wonderland activities for kids

Get set for a creative winter break with these great activities, workshops and performances that mix education and fun.


Growing up with trees: new books use story and science to connect kids with nature

Professor Kathryn Williams takes a look at a recent trend in children's literature – trees.


The joys and challenges of making art for babies

Everybody has a right to a cultural life, including toddlers and babes in arms. The presentation of such work can…


Rediscovering the joys of touring during COVID

Eva Di Cesare, Artistic Director of Monkey Baa Theatre Company, tells us how the pandemic has changed the company’s approach…

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