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Want to be creatively inspired while educating and entertaining your kids? As part of the Basil Sellers Art Prize 2014, the Ian Potter Museum of Art has teamed up with Culture Mamas to provide an hour full of family fun, combing an introduction to art with Australia's love of sport. Take a tour around the exhibition before letting the kids create their own artwork. Toddlers to early primary school age children are bound to enjoy it. Places are limited so bookings are essential.

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Basil Sellers Art Prize Family Art-ivity details

800 Swanston St, Carlton 3010

Telephone 03 8344 5148

Nearby Stations: Melbourne Central

Price FREE
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Date Thu 09 Oct 2014

Open Sat 2-3pm; Tue & Thu 10.30-11.30am

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