Kyneton Town Hall (KTH Kids) creative school holiday program

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KTH Kids program is an artist-led creative school holiday program designed to engage local children in quality, innovative and educational ways.

From workshops on storytelling and sculpture, to dance and music, our activities get young minds thinking, creating and connecting.

Workshops are designed for school aged children. Younger children are welcome, accompanied by a guardian.

Presenting artists are recruited via an expression of interest process, which opens in August 2021 for 2022 programming. If you are a local artist who would like to run workshops in the shire, call Andrea on (03) 5422 0394.

KTH Kids workshops

About the artists

Jo Mott  is presenting Craft Eco-activism, she has been a practising artists for over 25 years, during which time she has worked with diverse communities devising and facilitating community art projects. Jo places an emphasis on collaborative practice and environmental themes.

Kathy Holowko is presenting Wild City, she is interested in the effects that urban life has upon our understanding of ecology. In busy, human centric environments, she searches for narratives and connections that can help reconsider our world as a cyclical, and shared habitat.

Aimee Chapman is presenting Electronic Music Adventure, she is an electronic producer, vocalist, musician and sound artist whose work traverses electronic, pop and jazz via found sounds and visual work. Aimee has toured extensively through Australia, Japan, Canada, Denmark and France, releasing multiple albums, remixes and collaborations on film, tv, musical theatre and other multi-discipline projects. Aimee is a local artist passionate about making music accessible to all children regardless of ability or age.