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Kids' APT7

Kids' APT

8 December 2012 - 14 April 2013
Open from 10am – 5pm weekdays and 9am – 5pm weekends

For Kids’ APT7, the Children’s Art Centre presents 13 engaging artist projects and artworks for children, offering visiting families insights into contemporary art across the Asia Pacific region. The Kids’ APT7 projects are displayed in spaces across both the Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA) buildings, including the Children’s Art Centre at GOMA.

  • Daniel Boyd
    Daniel Boyd

    History is made at night 2012

    Children were invited to reveal a hidden image using this touchscreen interactive. Read more
  • Tiffany Chung
    Tiffany Chung

    one day the bird flies across the sea 2012

    Children were invited to draw or write a story from Tiffany Chung’s display of glass animals in a special palm sized booklet. Read more
  • Parastou Forouhar
    Parastou Forouhar

    Persian for kids 2012

    Children were invited to create their own zoomorphic image – an animal shaped with Farsi lettering – in this multimedia interactive and share with family and friends. Read more
  • Uji Handoko Eko Saputro (aka Hahan)
    Uji Handoko Eko Saputro (aka Hahan)

    Memento masko 2012

    Children were inspired by Hahan’s large mural, and could chose from a series of mask templates to draw their own expressions. Read more
  • Roslisham Ismail aka Ise
    Roslisham Ismail aka Ise

    Sira pisang (Glazed banana) 2012

    Children were invited to try one of the artist’s favourite dishes as a child, from the Kids’ Menu at the GOMA Cafe Bistro during the summer holidays. Read more
  • Takahiro Iwasaki
    Takahiro Iwasaki

    Out of disorder (under construction) 2012

    Children discovered one of the smallest works ever displayed at the Gallery. Read more
  • Kwoma Arts
    Kwoma Arts

    Kwaia koromb 2012

    The Kwoma Arts group built a small house for relaxing, called a Kwaia koromb, containing carvings and paintings that refer to the artists’ visit to Brisbane and what they did and saw. Read more
  • Richard Maloy
    Richard Maloy

    Yellow or Blue? 2012

    Two colourful spaces – one clad in yellow cardboard and the other in blue – were the settings for constructing and performing at Kids’ APT7. Read more
  • Erbossyn Meldibekov
    Erbossyn Meldibekov

    Family album: From Queensland to Kazakhstan 2012

    Erbossyn Meldibekov introduced young visitors to his homeland, its history, culture and landmarks. Children could add their image to a virtual travel album or send it to family or friends. Read more
  • Paramodel

    Paramodel joint factory 2012

    In this spectacular installation, the walls, floor and ceiling are covered with toy rail networks. Children could try their hand at creating patterns and shapes to add to the installation. Read more
  • Tromarama

    Wattt?! 2010

    A range of characters, from a desk lamp to fluorescent tubes, get up to at night when no one is watching. Read more
  • Te Wei
    Te Wei

    Where’s Mama? 1960
    The Buffalo Boy and his Flute 1963

    As part of the APT7 Chinese Animation cinema program, beautiful ink animations by Te Wei retold popular Chinese stories and fables. Read more
  • Kids’ APT Drawing Project 2006 - 12
    Kids’ APT Drawing Project 2006 - 12

    This display featured drawings from workshops with young people living in Papua New Guinea and Papua and were joined by a selection of drawings from past Kids’ APT projects. Read more
  • <em>Hahan and Friends</em>
    Hahan and Friends

    Uji Handoko Eko Saputro (aka Hahan)

    Books for Kids

    A richly illustrated book featuring interactive pages created by Indonesian artist Hahan. Take a look inside. Read more
  • Kids’ APT7 on Tour
    Kids’ APT7 on Tour

    January – April 2013

    Families across Queensland celebrated the twentieth anniversary of the APT series when the popular ‘On Tour’ program came to their local venue. Read more
  • Kids’ APT7 Mascot
    Kids’ APT7 Mascot

    Pong Pongan, the Kids’ APT hermit crab mascot created by Indonesian artist Hahan, will help to guide children through the exhibition and engage with the art works on display. Read more