This post looks at the National Gallery of Victoria's slick new 'Triennal' blockbuster exhibition, including the gallery's dedicated children's space 'Hands on: We make carpet for kids.'
This post looks at 5 great children's learning spaces in the Bay Area, California.
This post is an extract of a conversation between myself and Chris Celada published in the current edition of 'The Challenge,' Reggio Emilia Australia's quarterly journal. Chris is a teacher and Reggio Australia editorial board member. The conversation offered the opportunity for both of us to dig deeper into our philosophies, strategies and practices of working at the intersection of art and pedagogy.
This post looks at Ivan Illich's 1973 text 'Tools for Conviviality.'
This post features a reflection on my visit to the Tinkering Studio at The Exploratorium in San Francisco, USA with a focus upon what art galleries can learn from the Studio's approach to constructing immersive creative environments for children based on experiential learning and play.
This post features an interview with Elizabeth Rood, Vice President of Education Strategy and Director of the Centre for Childhood Creativity at the Bay Area Discovery Museum in Sausalito, California in which she discusses the timeliness, importance and challenges of developing the world's first early years Fab Lab.
In this post, Simone Kling gives her top picks from the Queensland Art Gallery/Gallery of Modern Art's Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art for Kids.