An interactive workshop for families where children build alternative toys of their dreams
This workshop allows children to build alternative toys of their dreams, providing a creative space to explore fluidity and multiplicity against the backdrop of traditional gendered roles and responsibilities.
TOY challenges dominant structures and encourages children to explore their own identity. At this free creative development showing, we will test some of the participatory and play elements of the work.
Join artists Lenine Bourke, Sam Routledge, M’ck McKeague, and Tristan Meecham as they share some of their findings from the creative development of TOY.
- Sunday 25 August
- 12pm – 4pm
- The Glasshouse Room, The Events Centre, Caloundra
Created by Lenine Bourke, Tristan Meecham and Sam Routledge with M’ck McKeague and Keira Leike.
TOY is supported by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body, the City of Melbourne Arts Grants Program, and Regional Arts Development Fund – a partnership between the Queensland Government and City of Gold Coast Council to support local arts and culture in regional Queensland and Arts Queensland through the Queensland Government.