CULTURE AT WORK is a member of the Pyrmont Ultimo Chamber of Commerce and supports the Pyrmont Mudgee Festival 2016 this year by offering free kids art workshops for children with professional artists Laura Jade Hindes and Sherryl Ryan in Pirrama Park on Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th May 2016 from 11am to 5pm.
An exhibition of artworks created by local students in primary schools including Darlington Public School and St James Primary School, Glebe will be on display from a recent art science program called Creative Sparks: Blue Carbon where students attended a field trip at Jubilee Park with scientists Jeff Kelleway from Macquarie University and Alexandra Thompson from the UTS Plant Functional Biology and Climate Change Cluster. The program also included Balmain Public School and was supported by a grant from the James N. Kirby Foundation.
All welcome, children will be able to make artworks to add to the exhibition in the festival or to take home with them.
The Creative Sparks: Blue Carbon June 2015-2016 program was generously supported by a grant from the James N. Kirby Foundation.