Weekends at The Artground – 7th and 8th December – The Artground

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Weekends at The Artground – 7th and 8th December

Weekends at The Artground – 7th and 8th December

From 4th October 2019 till 22nd March 2020, we present The Curious Sky by Ng Fongyee, a multi-sensory arts space inspired by elements of the weather. We often talk about the weather, but have we ever truly experienced the full spectrum of what it can bring? Come and join us to sing in the rain, dance with the rainbow, hear the thunder rumble or simply look up for the endless possibilities The Curious Sky brings you. Entry into The Artground itself is free and donations are encouraged.

Ticketed Programmes
The Artground occasionally plays host to ticketed performances and workshops. Patrons are required to purchase tickets online if you’d like to attend. (Link provided below)

Drop-in Programmes
This weekend, The Artground is organising a variety of age-specific drop-in programmes that participants will get to enjoy on a first come, first served basis, inside our Whitebox. Each programme will be charged at $10 per parent-child pair, which you can pay in the queue just before the programme starts. There is no registration for these activities as they are first come, first served (unless stated otherwise). An announcement will be made 5 mins before each programme and the first XX number of children in the queue will get to enjoy the programme (XX refers to the age-specified & capacity of the programme, ie A Worms Love Coffee is for the first 20 children between 2 – 3 years).

Please see schedule below for the programmes this weekend. There will be no need to pre-register on our website for entry into The Artground. Parents and carers will just need to register on our portable tablets on site.

Time: 7th December, Saturday 8th December, Sunday
10.30am Little Green Thumbs – Worms Love Coffee by Cultivate Central (2 - 3 years) -
11.30am Little Green Thumbs – Yummy Microgreens by Cultivate Central (4 years and up) -
12.30pm - -
2.30pm Thumpety Thump (5 years and up) [Drop-in programme] -
3.30pm Terrific Tales by The Storytelling Centre Ltd - Christmas Fun (3 - 7 years) [Drop-in programme]
4pm - 5.30pm Let's Dig, Sow and Grow by Cultivate Central (5 - 12 years) [Ticketed programme]
4.30pm Rolypoly Family Dance Party by Rolypoly Family (2 - 6 years) [Drop-in programme]

Programmes are 30 mins and drop-in unless otherwise stated.

Little Green Thumbs – Worms Love Coffee by Cultivate CentralChildren will get to meet the friendly creatures that live underground. Through observation of worms, and what they eat, the children will understand about compost, experience various sensory stimuli, and also get to bring back their very own coffee drawing!

Little Green Thumbs – Yummy Microgreens by Cultivate CentralIn this workshop, children will create and design their own upcycled pot, and mix their own compost/soil, and bring home their own harvest of microgreens!

Thumpety Thump by Bounch and the Band: A fun and energetic percussive experience where kids get to try hand held instruments and jam with the band.

Let’s Dig, Sow and Grow – Let’s build soil together by Cultivate Central [TICKETED PROGRAMME]: Let’s Dig, Sow and Grow is an urban gardening programme designed to help your child start their own kitchen garden. Children will get to discover easy growing plants, the world of microgreens and get to plant some leafy greens.  Tickets Here.

Terrific Tales by The Storytelling Centre Ltd – Christmas Fun: The perfect introduction to the art of storytelling especially for little listeners. Celebrate Christmas with timeless classics! Sing along with Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer and make snow angels with Frosty the Snowman! Listen to our Young Storyteller tell you all about The Night Before Christmas.

RolyPoly Family Dance Party by RolyPoly Family: Join Rolypoly Family for a dance party with moves and music that will be a hit with children and grown ups

*Due to unforeseen circumstances, the showcase for Oddsocks by Five Stones Theatre will be postponed to 2020. We we apologise for any inconveniences.*