Children get creative
DURING the past fortnight children in Biggenden, Gayndah, Mundubbera and Eidsvold have enjoyed being creative thanks to the efforts of Music on the Wall creators Amie Gilhome and Rachel Koster and RADF funding.
Crafts experienced ranged from progressive paintings – like musical chairs with canvas- es – to cartoon t-shirts and paper clay creations.
Workshop creators were thrilled with the manners, talent and inventive ideas of all the children and thanked each town for making them so welcome.
“We had good numbers, very enthusiastic children and were happy to see some newfaces this year as well,” Ms Koster said.
Meisje Anbeek, Abbie and Jaycia Adams and Aidenne Meyer with their paper clay creations.
ARTY PAIR: Grady and Kiana Watt, of Mundubbera, at the RADF-funded Music on theWallworkshop with their paper clay creations, a hotdog and a taco complete with salad ingredients inside.
Alice and Hamish Derrick at the Eidsvold Music on the Wall workshop with their creations.