How to get there
Ride the G: to Cypress Avenue. From here, get the 740 bus (Nerang) to the corner of Slatyer Avenue and Ferry Road. Alternatively, walk down Thomas Drive and turn left onto Bundall Road.
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Join Gold Coast artist Kat Kalindi – a specialist in graphics, surface pattern design, and illustration – to make your very own tote bag. Stamp out your style with your own hands, designing and creating something you can take home to wear, use, and talk about.
Saturday November 11 | 10:00–11:00 am (5 – 10 years) $10
Saturday November 11 | 1:00–2:00 pm (11+) $15
The event is part of the Coming into Fashion exhibition at Gold Coast City Gallery.
Sat 14 Oct | ArtLab Nature Art
Art workshops for kids 5-16 years. Explore big ideas with hands-on making activities inspired by the exhibitions at Gold Coast City Gallery. Play, learn and experiment with natural materials found on-site and create alongside the artists from Cross Currents: from island to mainland exhibition.
Sat 11 Nov | ArtLab DIY Totes with Kat Kalindi
Create a TOTE-ally amazing bag with professional illustrator and textile design artist Kat Kalindi. Explore different materials and practice your skills while you create artwork to take home. This public program supports the exhibition Coming Into Fashion: A Century of Photography at Conde Nast.
Sat 9 Dec | ArtLab Millinery Magic (this workshop for all ages, adults too!)
Explore big ideas with hands-on making activities inspired by the exhibition Coming Into Fashion: A Century of Photography at Conde Nast. Learn tips and tricks for fancy hat-making from a master milliner and create a wonderful piece to take home.
Sat 10 Feb | ArtLab FASHUN
Join Patience Hodgson (lead singer of The Grates) and Rachel Burke (of I Make You Wear It and Apomogy) for a series of super fun DIY workshops with an emphasis on glitter, pom poms and colour. Makeover old magazines with sparkles and neon to create your own FASHUN!
Play all day!
Why not make a morning of it? Grab a coffee from the Arts Café, then head out to Evandale Lake behind The Arts Centre. Enjoy the playground, have a swim in the lake or discover the Gallery sculpture works in the parkland surrounds.