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July School Holiday Program | Superluminal Workshop: Combo Critters

Price $30 – $35 AUD Get tickets

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Discover the science of light and colour at the South Australian Museum these school holidays!

Join us for an exciting, hands-on workshop this July inspired by Patch Theatre and their spectacular new show Superluminal, premiering at the South Australian Museum in collaboration with Illuminate Adelaide.

Engage in investigative play that links art with science, fostering curiosity and creativity. Led by Superluminal artist Luku Kukuku from Polymorphic, this workshop dives into the fascinating world of light and colour through fun and creative activities designed for children aged 5-12 years.

Using coloured viewing filters participants design and draw their own unique creatures and then experience the magic of seeing their artwork change as the different filters are applied.  

All participants get their own set of red and blue viewing filters to take home, so the fun and creativity can continue.

Luku Kukuku is South Australia’s favourite multidisciplinary multimedia guru, well known for their specialities of Art, Design, Animation, Digital Media, Interactivity and Sound Responsive Multimedia. The magic of imagination, the delight of creativity, and the thrill of light, colour, and motion constantly drive Luku to strive towards new forms of artistic expression which fully capture the revolutionary tools at our disposal at this wonderful point in history.

Do I need to stay with my child?
Yes, you will need to stay for the duration of the workshop. Assistance from accompanying adults is usually not necessary but is welcome if you would like to get involved. Adults do not need to purchase tickets. 

Entry to Superluminal is not included in this workshop. You can book tickets here.

Image: Overlapping Line drawings of imaginative creatures in red and orange on a cream-coloured background, above orange and blue words reading 'Superluminal Combo Critters'.

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