Musical Instruments Making and Sensory Toys
Workshop presented by See Make Play
29 June 2023 at The Mezz - Chapel Off Chapel
Dates & times
Thursday 29 June at 10:30am
The Mezz - Chapel Off Chapel
2 - 4 years
Decorate your very own musical instrument using a selection of colourful craft materials. Each participant is invited to choose 2 music makers to create and shake. See Make Play will also bring along an exciting selection of unique sensory toys for participants to explore.
See Make Play dream up fun, hands-on craft activities and sensory experiences and pull together all the kits-n-bits you need to bring them to life! We make crafty stuff for grown-ups and kids to experience and create at home including and nurture hands-on learning and exploration with crafty, mess-making fun! At See Make Play, we reckon craft is the best (and funnest) way for kids and grown-ups to connect with their creativity, explore new ideas and discover something new about themselves and the world. With a rainbow of colour, texture, materials and ideas we create a world where happy minds come to see, make, play.
Nikki Jones has been dreaming up fun and original craft activities at See Make Play since 2018. No idea is too big, too small, too silly or too serious for Nikki to turn into a modern, engaging and unique craft experience for kids and grown-ups alike. Nikki studied at RMIT, enjoyed a long career in fashion and textiles and has won awards for her concepts. Since having twins Nikki has been inspired to make crafty stuff that helps kids everywhere fully express their creativity, imagination and unique potential. Nikki loves getting crafty at home, she has a big contagious smile and she is always ready to see, make, play!
- Ticket prices are subject to additional transaction fees.
- Workshops are free for parents.
- Children must be accompanied by an adult for all events.
- Wheelchair access is available at Chapel Off Chapel
- Videography and photography will take place throughout the Festival.
- Roola Boola will be proceeding as per the State Government COVID-19 requirements for indoor events to ensure the safety and wellbeing of patrons, staff and artists.