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Kids art workshop and dance party in Lismore – Jan 14

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Lismore Regional Gallery and The Quad are partnering up to put on an art workshop and dance party for kids and their families on January 14.

Creature Feature will involve an afternoon of cardboard costume creation followed by a dance party where participants can parade their colourful creations and dance up a storm.

The Lismore Quad (pictured) will host a kids art workshop and dance party on January 14. Image supplied

From 3.30pm Peggy Popart will be there for an entertaining gallery tour and workshop to create headdresses and masks from cardboard, inspired by Deborah Kelly’s exhibition ‘Creation’.

Then from 5.30pm – 7pm the dance party will kick off outside, where the wild things can dance to their heart’s content with their own DJ in their magical creature inspired costumes.

Event Details:
Creature Feature: Kids Art Workshop and Dance Party
Friday 14 January, 2022
Lismore Regional Gallery and The Quad – 11 Rural St, Lismore
Peggy Popart Gallery Tour & Mask Workshop: 3.30pm – 5pm / $15
Dance Party: 5.30pm – 7pm / $15


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