‘Big Game’ with Heide Museum of Modern Art


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Jess Johnson, We Dream of Networks 2016, pen, fibre-tipped markers and gouache on paper, 76 x 56 cm Courtesy of the artist and Jack Hanley Gallery, New York.

Big Game is for everyone. Come and play with us! In response to Jess Johnson and Simon Ward’s innovative exhibition Terminus, this exciting workshop from Heide Education puts you in the centre of the action. Players will co-design a giant game board, using old-school technology to create heroic avatars. Help us create a game world in which we are collaborators instead of competitors.

Three sessions are available.

This event is supported by RACV.

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