Photo: Fergus Floyd

Drop-By Children’s Workshop with Hiromi Tango

Saturday 6 October 2018

Enter the whimsical world of Japanese-Australian artist Hiromi Tango at this special drop-by workshop where kids and families can create beautiful ‘Organic Flowers’.

Set outside in the stunning surrounds of TarraWarra Museum of Art, Hiromi invites visitors to slow down and reconnect with nature as they fold, wrap and twist colourful tissue paper, wire and string. The whole family is invited to join in anytime throughout the day and make their own piece of flower art to take home!

After the workshop, head inside to see more of Hiromi’s vibrant works, currently on show in the TarraWarra Biennial 2018: From Will to Form. 

Hiromi Tango’s practice spans installation, sculpture, performance and photography. Her interactive workshops encourage people of all ages to reconnect with their environment and express themselves through art.

TarraWarra Museum of Art’s Education Program is sponsored by the Ullmer Family Foundation.


No bookings required. Please purchase tickets on the day from the front desk at TarraWarra Museum of Art. This workshop provides an opportunity for participants to learn directly from a professional artist, and for families to develop artworks together through creative play. It is recommended for participants aged five and above. Parental involvement is required for all participating children. This workshop is drop-in and subject to capacity.

Additional admission fees apply to view the TarraWarra Biennial 2018: From Will to Form. Workshop participants are entitled to discounted exhibition entry on day – $5 per adult (free for children under 12).

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