Opening Hours: 10am - 3pm, Wednesday - Saturday. Please Note: Closed Wednesday 13 and Thursday 14 July.
Enter via Festival Plaza or Dunstan Playhouse Foyer
SA Refugee Week Youth Poster Exhibition Now Open
Welcome to Children's Artspace: a place for all children, students, and families to come and share ideas and engage in art created by South Australian children.
With a brand-new exhibition for each school term, Children's Artspace provides a safe space for discussions around important issues and big topics facing the kids of today. Artists for the four exhibitions in 2022 have been selected with the assistance of Adelaide Central School of Art from their pool of graduates.
There will also be workshops, interactive experiences, and performances throughout 2022 that accompany the exhibitions.
Children's Artspace is also connecting South Australian children with art experiences all around the world, with online workshops planned with galleries in Hamada, Japan, and New York City, USA. Other galleries and museums around Australia and the world will provide opportunities for fun and engaging learning through play and discovery.
SA Refugee Week Youth Poster Exhibition
The Youth Poster Exhibition is presented by Australian Migrant Resource Centre and Children’s Artspace as part of SA Refugee Week 2022.
The project is in its twelfth year and invites young people studying in primary, secondary and tertiary institutions to produce a poster that celebrates the themes surrounding the United Nations International Refugee Convention.
These themes include multiculturalism, human rights, cultural diversity, anti-racism and the welcoming of refugees into Australia, as well as how refugees become part of, and contribute towards, the Australian ‘family’. This year, 50 schools have participated by sending in posters addressing the themes.
The exhibition will be open from Wednesday 22 June to Saturday 30 July.
For further information, please visit the AMRC website.
Explore 3D Tours of our Past Exhibitions
Image 1: Kaleidoscope Workshops
Image 2: OUR STORIES workshop, Renee Gibson
Image 3: International Jazz Day workshop, Israel Baldago
Image 4: Creating a Mural with Elizabeth Close, Catherine Leo
Image 5: Leaps & Bounds, Amber Eyes Imagery
Image 6: Children's Artspace workshops, Simon Rogers
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Keen to support Children's Artspace?
Adelaide Festival Centre Foundation is proud to support Children's Artspace throughout its first year of incredible exhibitions.
Learn more about how you can get in touch with the Foundation and donate to help create this space for children, students, and families to engage with art and be inspired by one another.