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Kids will create their very own pop-up artwork inspired by the exhibition How Cities Work using cardboard, paper, glue and coloured pencils.

James Gulliver Hancock, illustrator and designer of How Cities Work, will demonstrate simple techniques that will turn seemingly ordinary materials into an imaginative artwork.

Presented by Canberra Museum and Gallery, How Cities Work is a touring exhibition from Museums of History NSW.

Adapted from Lonely Planet Kids' titles, ‘How Cities Work’ © 2016 & ‘How Airports Work’ © 2018 by James Gulliver Hancock, Lonely Planet

Suitable for kids aged 7+

Proudly supported by Uncharted Territory

Uncharted Territory festival, taking place between 7- 16 July,  is a testament to the power of collaboration and innovation, and we're proud to be a part of it. We're excited to see the incredible ideas and experiences that emerge from this event, from interactive experiences, innovative art, and thought provoking conversations

Image: HCW (c) James Horan for Museums of History NSW

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