Time Catcher

Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to follow the clues to step through time. From an Egyptian hieroglyph to digital contemporary artworks, Time Catcher takes visitors on a journey from ancient Egypt to the modern day. Children aged 0–8 and their families can explore the way art has been used to interpret key moments in time through a variety of hands on and multimedia experiences.

Art Exhibition previously on at The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia in Victoria, Australia.
From Thursday 26 January 2012 to Sunday 11 November 2012

J. W. STEETH & SON (manufacturer)
Centenary birthday cake clock (1934) image

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Children experience art and the influences of the past on the present first hand– designs on a 14th century vase, for instance, can be spotted reproduced on a bust created over 600 years later by contemporary artist, Ah Xian.

Parent/carer supervision required. Groups of ten or more by appointment.