School Holiday Programs

 

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Bathurst Regional Art Gallery runs school holiday programs most school holidays.
The programs are popular and often sell out. If you would like the program to be emailed
to you when it is announced, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Please note: Each child must be signed in by a parent or carer at the Gallery desk.
Please fill in a permission note when making payment at the gallery desk.
In order to ensure these workshops can remain as affordable as possible payment must be made at the time of booking. Refunds are only given if notice of the cancellation is given 24hrs before a workshop is due to run.

 

Summer School Holiday Program 2019

  • ALL WORKSHOPS COST $10 PER CHILD

    ADVANCE BOOKINGS & PAYMENT ARE ESSENTIAL

    Please note: each child must be signed in by a parent or carer at the gallery desk. Please take note of the age limits when booking - these are set to ensure the enjoyment of all participants.
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IMAGES: (Top to bottom L to R) Nell, Lucky in Love 2016-2017, earthenware, glaze, enamel paint, polyurethanem gold chain, glass, diamond, steel, wooden stool, 87.5 x 31.0 x 31.0 cm. Image courtesy the artist and STATION, Melbourne. Louise Paramor, Boomtown #2 2016, gloss enamel paint, paper, 170 x 102 cm framed. Photography: Christian Capurro. Image courtesy the artist.. Natalie Ryan Devoid Matter (Hare) 2009, taxidermy foam cast, prosthetic eyes, synthetic fibres, wood. Photo: Andrew Barcham. Image courtesy the artist. Troy Emery pink and purple slinky slurper 2017, polyurethane, rayon tassels, plastic ear liners, glue, pins. 38 x 70 x 52 cm. Courtesy the artist and Martine Browne Contemprary, Sydney. Michaela Gleave 7 Stunden Ballonarbeit/7 Hour Balloon Work (still) 2010, documentation of performance, live 7 hour feed between Berlin and Sydney, 10/08/10. Courtesy the artist and Anna Pappas Gallery, Melbourne. Nell, Summer (still) 2012, single channel digital video, 16:9, colour. Videography: Tina Havelock Stevens. Sound: Ingrid Rowell. Courtesy the artist and Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery.