Barossa Regional Gallery

Visual Arts And Music Centre


Little Adventurers Art Class - Term 2 2019

School Holidays Program July 2019


Thursday 11th July from 10-11.30am

Do you have a blue budgie named Bill who is brilliant at board games? Or a goldfish named Garry who likes to play golf? How about a mischievous mouse, a rebellious rabbit or daredevil dog named Derick? If so then you will thoroughly enjoy this Pets and Poems workshop with artist, Lauren Herraman!

The purpose is to be as playful as possible by producing an artwork that places your pet in all sorts of exciting scenes and scenarios. You will also be encouraged to explore your creative writing skills and conjure up a poem or short story to accompany your piece. I will teach you some great drawing techniques and activities using pens, pencils, crayons and watercolours. Who knows what potentially puzzling plots you will plan for your pets to paw their way out of.

Make sure you bring along a photo of your pet or favourite animal to use as a reference.

Cost: $10 per child, age 7-12 years. Bookings via Eventbrite



Monday 15th July from 1.30-4pm

Participants will learn how to bring Lego to life using the Stop Motion Studio App available on mobile devices. The finished videos will be screened to the group and uploaded to YouTube via the GooRoo Animation Workshops channel to be shared with friends and family. The workshops are designed to inspire and provide the knowledge and tools to start making movies at home. All equipment and Lego is provided but kids are also welcome to bring in their favourite sets to work with.

Cost: $25 per participant, ages 7+. Bookings here


Thursday 18th July with sessions at 11am, 12noon, 2pm & 3pm (45 minute sessions)

The Barossa Regional Gallery are super excited to be hosting the amazing Nylon Zoo as part of this July’s school holiday workshop program. The NYLON ZOO is a choreographed participatory event - you are the dancers and performers! Fly like a bird or butterfly, hop like a frog or kangaroo, twirl in a rainbow cape, swim like a fish, bobble like a hoopla mushroom. Then come inside our Inflatable Story Theatre and let your imagination guide you through some wonderful stories! An experience all children will enjoy.

This is a gold coin donation event and maximum of 30 participants per session. Secure your place via Eventbrite and pay at the door.



Friday 19th July from 1-3pm

Join artist Zinia King to draw your own Anthropomorphic Australian Animal. Learn the art of pattern making and wow your friends with your detailed drawings.

Cost: $15 per/person, Ages 7+. 

Maximum of 15 participants. Bookings via Eventbrite

Did you know the Gallery's School Holiday program is now recognised as part of the Children's University learning destinations?

Follow the link to find out more about the Children's University program -