4 THINGS TO DO AROUND THE REGION
Paper art fun for all
THE View From Here: An Exhibition of Papercuts by artist Pamela See explores the impact of human intervention on biodiversity through papercut installations.
Papercutting workshops will be available for all ages. WHEN: Exhibition open now until Tuesday, May 22. WHERE: Dogwood Crossing, Miles.
Films for Chinchilla history buffs
TAKE a trip down memory lane!
Two short films highlighting the prickly pear invasion and eradication in the early years of the Chinchilla district will be screened for all.
Guest speaker Margaret Cameron will be in attendance and morning tea will also be provided. WHEN: Thursday, April 5 from 10am.
WHERE: Chinchilla Museum.
Get artistic these holidays
LEARN how childrens picture books are created, then have a go at creating your own story and pictures!
Illustrator Jo Cuskelly, will be hosting illustration workshops at libraries across the Western Downs these school holidays.
For kids aged 12 and under, this free event is bound to bring out everyone’s creative streaks.
WHEN & WHERE: Wandoan Library, Monday, April 9, 10-11am, Chinchilla Library, Wednesday, April 11, 2-3pm, Tara Library, Thursday, April 12, 10-11am.
Me, Myselfie & I
SCHOOL kids are invited to a hands on, multimedia workshop that explores representations of the self and consider different ways of creating their own self-portraits.
The Kid on Tour’ program is a free school holiday activity for kids aged between 5 and 12 years.
For bookings or more info, call Dogwood Crossing on 4628 5330.
WHEN: Wednesday, April 11 2-4pm and Thursday, April 12 10-12pm.
WHERE: Dogwood Crossing, Miles.
ME, MYSELFIE & I: Create your own self-portrait these school holidays.