Ipswich Art Gallery
2 Dec, 2019 - 16 Feb, 2020
Visit Construction Site for awesome, hands-on, summer fun the whole family can enjoy.
Be your own architect and build your dream cubby house with the Construction Site Building Blocks. Use giant foam blocks to build whatever you can imagine. Construct a castle or a sky-scraper, or work together as a team to build a whole city!
The Construction Site fun continues in the TapeScape. Experience playing in the unique TapeScape — a tri-level creative play space made from more than 115km of packing tape designed and created by artist Eric Lennartson – direct from the US!
Take a break while you contemplate a small scale build with Blue Blocks. Build, stack, channel and connect the Blue Block bricks, cogs and cylinders to create your own invention.
Then…. Unleash your inner engineer with the return of the popular Ball Run. Create your own run using tubes and recycled materials to send a rolling ball on its way. See if you can make the best, longest or most gravity-defying ball run ever!
Construction Site presents multiple fun, interactive activities where you can creatively build and play in our air-conditioned environment.
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d’Arcy Doyle Place, Nicholas Street (between Brisbane and Limestone Streets), Ipswich City,
John Fu Chong grew up in Malaysia before moving to Singapore to study fine art. Immigrating to Australia in 1981
'Fragments: A printed environment' is an archive of Tamika Grant- Iramu’s experiences and impressions of multiple environments
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Canaipa Mudlines began in 2016 with a small collective of Southern Moreton Bay Island artists seeking ways of connecting their creative practices with the island
In her exhibition 'Presence of Place', Catherine Parker celebrates the beauty in both the urban and natural landscape, choosing to honour, rather than divide