Art Galleries for Kids - Kurnell (2231)

Sutherland, the Sydney Region, New South Wales (NSW)

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Art galleries for kids - greater than 5km from Kurnell (2231)

Imagine Art Gallery & Studio have original art work by local artists and a range of high quality prints. We believe art should be enjoyed and attainable by everyone, therefore our prices are kept very reasonable. Along with the artwork we also carry a range of handbags, jewellery, scarves and gifts all with an arty edge. We also run art classes for adults 4 days a week and have just introduced workshops for children in the school holidays. All the details are on our website. And to make your ...
The Society was founded in 1880 to promote fine Australian Art and continues today with exhibitions in the Lavender Bay Gallery rooms. The RAS Art School has day, evening and week-end classes in drawing and painting. Social and Exhibiting Membership available. Art Chats and crique nights held during the year. Art Ballot held in July/August each year.

Watson Road (entry from Argyle Street ), Observatory Hill, The Rocks, The Rocks, NSW 2000 10-25 km from Kurnell

The S.H. Ervin Gallery is one of Sydney ’s leading public art institutions housed in the historic National Trust Centre on Observatory Hill, The Rocks in Sydney. The Gallery’s exhibition program is designed to explore the richness and diversity of Australian art, both historical and contemporary, and present it in new contexts. The Gallery is renowned for encouraging research and promoting scholarly appraisal of artists from all periods of Australian art history. In addition, the S.H. Ervin Gallery ...

Other education activities for kids - in and around Kurnell (2231) (within 5km)

La Perouse Museum, Chifley, NSW 2036 2-5 km from Kurnell

Famous for a cameo in Mission: Impossible II, Bare Island sits beside La Perouse, joined only by footbridge. Built in 1885 to protect the 'back door' of Sydney from attack, it never lived up to its intended purpose, crumbling before it was even completed and (oddly) converted into a retirement home for war veterans. Today it is a museum, with guided tours every Sunday 1.30pm, 2.30pm and 3.30pm.
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