Splash of fun at Hazelhurst.
THERE are many opportunities for children to entertain themselves and be entertained at Hazelhurst Regional Gallery and Arts Centre, Gymea.
The fare for children these school holidays includes free family films and creating art.
Films being shown include live action, comedy and drama.
As part of its “black screen” kids’ films celebrating NAIDOC Week at Hazelhurst, there is a selection of indigenous short films suitable for children.
Directors include Deborah Mailman and Leah Purcell.
The gallery’s Flickerkids’ Program provides many short films that are sure appeal to the small child in everyone.
The films are produced for children by Flickerfest, a leading Australian short film festival.
The 15-film program was selected from Flickerfest’s international competition.
An ATOM (Australian Teachers of Media) award program at Hazelhurst provides a selection of films made by children, emerging professionals and established producers, and is aimed at primary-aged children, but will also appeal to adults.
ATOM members selected film titles such as What a Debacle Freddie Farkle!; Visiting Grandpa and Lucy and the Lightbulb for the holiday program.
Holiday classes run from Monday, June 30 to July 11, with children learning how to build a clay monster, paint on canvas, or draw dinosaur bones.
Details: 8536 5700 or www.hazelhurst南京夜网.au
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