Liquidarium: Holi-clay fun at SAM

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Creative: Owen Sargent, 7. Photo by Megan Fisher

To kick off Shepparton Art Museum’s winter camp holiday program, A Wander in the Wet: Liquidarium Magi-Clay Creations saw children of all ages getting their hands dirty.

The workshop on Monday, June 27, was based around Vera Möller’s exhibition Liquidarium currently showing in the children’s gallery at SAM.

Little artists were able to create their own clay bits and pieces like those seen in the exhibition, complete with some drawing to make their creations really pop.

The News’ Megan Fisher popped in to say hello and get some happy snaps of the region’s creatives.

Holiday fun: Siobhan Dunstone, 5. Photo by Megan Fisher
Family: Grandmother Paula and granddaughter Phoenix Dixon, 6. Photo by Megan Fisher
Abstract art: Rubi Lloyd-Singh, 4. Photo by Megan Fisher
Wander in the wet: Children were hard at work crafting their colourful creations. Photo by Megan Fisher
Hanging out: Thomas Dunstone, 8, Martin Rodriguez, 9, and Connor Dunstone, 10. Photo by Megan Fisher
Big smiles: Rubi Lloyd-Singh, 4, and Khahish Lloyd-Singh, 8. Photo by Megan Fisher
Little artist: Ruby Heatlie, 7. Photo by Megan Fisher
Dynamic duo: Abel Morey, 7, and Owen Sargent, 7. Photo by Megan Fisher
Holiday, it could be so nice: Samra Wit-Morey, 7, and Imogen Sargent, 9. Photo by Megan Fisher