These colour booklets are designed to engage young children aged 6-12 with selected objects and images in the Gallery’s exhibitions and permanent galleries. They combine looking and interpreting, drawing and writing activities to enable children to explore key themes and ideas while in front of artworks. Extension ideas for activities at home and in the classroom are also included to extend children’s experience beyond the Gallery and to encourage and develop a love of art.
Have fun exploring 20th- and 21st-century Australian art in the collection and make some art of your own.
Discover the genius of Picasso and his art. Go on a journey through Picasso: masterpieces from the Musée National Picasso, ...
Have fun exploring contemporary art in the collection and make some art of your own.
The First Emperor
Go on a journey through the exhibition The First Emperor: China’s entombed warriors. Look, discover and have fun.
Have fun exploring Chinese art in the collection and make some art of your own
art + soul
Go on a journey through the Yiribana Gallery of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art and discover the artworks in ...
Have fun exploring the European, Australian and Aboriginal art in our 19th-century Grand Courts and make some art of your ...
Discover the people, fashion, stories and colours painted by Rupert Bunny (1864–1947).
Paths to abstraction
Explore how artists changed our way of seeing the world through abstract colour, mood and shape.