WOW Festival For Children

The WOW Festival for Children is a contemporary arts festival dedicated to children that premieres some of Australia’s leading artists and companies. It also presents programs by children.

Art Exhibition previously on at Object Gallery (Closed - see Australian Design Centre) in Surry Hills precinct, New South Wales, Australia.
From Wednesday 10 July 2013 to Saturday 13 July 2013

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The best thing about the WOW Festival is that it is FREE to enter! The WOW Festival follows on from the success of the 2011 Casula for Kids Festival and the 2012 WOW Festival.

This year the festival will be held alongside CUSP: Designing into the Next Decade, a national touring exhibition by Object: Australian Design Centre, which celebrates designers ‘on the cusp.’

The WOW Festival for Children will be documented by a group of local kids known as kids reporters, so keep an eye and ear out for them. Throughout the festival you will see roaming reporters with a camera, pen and notepad reporting on the events. If you seem them, please say hi and let them know what you think about the festival.

As part of the WOW Festival for Children, Stephen Mushin will be constructing a four story, 13 metre high Termite City (find out more information here), and kids are encouraged to interact with George Khut’s work From the heART, featured in CUSP (find out more information here.)

Find out more information at the WOW Festival for Children website.

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When: 10–13 July, 10am–5pm daily.
Where: Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre, 1 Powerhouse Rd, Casula, NSW (enter off Shepherd St, Liverpool.)