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Facing the Wild: Forest Portrait Gallery

Where: Wildlings Forest School, 3 Youth Avenue, Burnside, Queensland

Restrictions: 4+

Ticket Information:

  • Child (4 to 12 years): $22.76 ea ($20.00 + $2.76 fees)
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Listed by: horizon

Facing the Wild is an interactive portrait making workshop that invites children to connect with nature and explore their creative side. Acclaimed local First Nations artist Jandamarra Cadd (Yorta Yorta and Dja Dja Warung) has teamed up with one of Australia’s leading outdoor education providers, Wildlings Forest School, to deliver this exploration based children’s art workshop.

In a beautiful rainforest setting, children (and adult guardians) will forage for natural materials, tools and pigments, and will be guided to create a self-portrait from these materials.

Children will learn how to assemble a wooden frame and hang their portrait in the Forest Portrait Gallery.

WHERE TO MEET

PCYC Sunshine Coast, 3 Youth Ave, Burnside.

Follow the signs and head to the back of the PCYC along the oval, where you’ll meet your Wildlings supervisor next to the large Horizon Festival banner under the green Little Athletics shed.

WHAT TO WEAR

Closed-in shoes and clothes that you don't mind getting muddy, wet or painted.

Please note that children will not be able to use the saw if they do not have closed-in shoes on.

WHAT TO BRING

A change of clothes and closed-in shoes in case children get in the water

Spare closed-in shoes

Water bottle

Food & snacks for morning tea

Insect repellent

Hat

Sunscreen

Wet weather gear (if rain is forecast)


IMPORTANT INFORMATION

• To ensure the safety of our littlest audience members, children must be accompanied by a parent or carer at all times.

• If you have specific needs for yourself or your child/children, please contact the Horizon Festival horizon@sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au prior to your visit to discuss your requirements.

IMAGE CREDIT: Wildlings Forest School

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