Create 10 beautiful masterpieces
Wednesday 30 November 2016 Share FacebookDelicious Email

To coincide with GOMA Turns 10, the Children’s Art Centre has collaborated with seven of QAGOMA’s favourite Collection artists to develop our latest book for kids 10 Ways to Make Art.

With no more than the simple treasures that lie waiting around your home or garden, this book shows you how to create 10 beautiful masterpieces – including drawings, collages, wearable art and more – inspired by the artist’s creative worlds. It also features 30 colourful stickers.

CREATE YOUR OWN SPECTACULAR HEADDRESS
like Ken Thaiday, using items from around your house

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MAKE YOUR OWN WEARABLE GARDEN JEWELLERY
with Julie Blyfield

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BE INSPIRED BY THE LEAF CURLING SPIDER
like Sandra Selig, and create your own curled web sculpture

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YOU CAN ALSO

ASSEMBLE A NEW HYBRID ANIMAL USING TEMPLATE PIECES
inspired by Mella Jaarsma

DISCOVER THE ART OF MONOPRINTING
with Indigenous Australian artist Judy Watson 

TELL YOUR OWN STORIES, USING SHADOW PUPPETS
with Sangeeta Sandrasegar

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CREATE A PIXELATED COLLAGE OF YOUR FAVOURITE ANIMAL
inspired by the working methods of Kohei Nawa

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VIEW A SAMPLE OF THE BOOK ONLINE

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Discover these activities and much more. 10 Ways to Make Art is the tenth book in the Children’s Art Centre’s award winning publishing program and is now available to purchase in the Gallery Store or online.

GOMA. A place where people come together to be inspired and imaginations spark. A place where ideas meet. This summer will be packed with even more excitement as GOMA turns ten. So come along and help us celebrate from 3 December 2016.

Continue the conversation online with #GOMA10 @qagoma 

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