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Mondays at the Museum

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Mondays at the Museum is a one-hour, fun-filled, art and craft session designed to engage and inspire 3–5 year-olds and their carers.

Each week we explore a different object in the museum’s exhibitions before getting into a craft activity based on what we’ve discovered.

Our Mondays at the Museum mornings are a great opportunity for parents and carers to enjoy time with their children in an educational environment and meet up with other Orange families.

Siblings under three years are welcome to attend with their carers. All children must be supervised at all times by their parent, carer or guardian. Due to capacity limits, please book a ticket for all attending children and adults.

Please be aware that no food or drink can be consumed inside the Museum, except for tightly sealed water bottles.

Mondays at the Museum runs each Monday during school terms.

Please book via https://ormmondays.eventbrite.com.au

Mystery Bag Invention Challenge: School Holiday Program

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A Mystery Bag challenge for budding engineers!

Use your problem solving skills to invent a mini machine that will make our cities in the future an amazing place to live.

Each child will receive:

• a Challenge Card with a problem to solve; and

• a Mystery Bag packed with assorted materials to invent a tool or machine to meet the challenge!

Come along for some hands-on creative problem solving.

This workshop will be held in the Activity Space within Orange Regional Museum.

Suitable for kids aged 6+.

This is a FREE event, but bookings are essential.

 

About How Cities Work

Explore the city inside out, top to bottom in a whole new way at How Cities Work. From skyscrapers to underground networks, this interactive family exhibition reveals the secret workings of our busy urban centres.

How Cities Work is a travelling exhibition from Sydney Living Museums.

Exhibition Partner LONELY PLANET KIDS

In collaboration with JAMES GULLIVER HANCOCK

Bookings: https://mysterybag.eventbrite.com.au

Pop up City! with James Gulliver Hancock: School Holiday Program

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Create a pop-up artwork with illustrator James Gulliver Hancock

Kids will create their very own pop-up artwork inspired by our exhibition How Cities Work using cardboard, paper, glue and coloured pencils. Illustrator James Gulliver Hancock will demonstrate simple techniques that will turn seemingly ordinary materials into an imaginative artwork.

Suitable for kids aged 6+

Bookings are essential.

 

About James

James Gulliver Hancock’s obsession with drawing has led him around the world to capture buildings in New York, London, and closer to home in Sydney and Melbourne. With a pencil always in hand, he reimagines cities, their buildings and people through his offbeat lens.

 

About How Cities Work

Explore the city inside out, top to bottom in a whole new way at How Cities Work. From skyscrapers to underground networks, this interactive family exhibition reveals the secret workings of our busy urban centres.

How Cities Work is a travelling exhibition from Sydney Living Museums.

Exhibition Partner LONELY PLANET KIDS

In collaboration with JAMES GULLIVER HANCOCK

Bookings: https://illustrationpopupcity.eventbrite.com.au