‘What do you dream?’ sees the work of over 30 talented creatives come together in an exhibition which will ultimately build new dreams for the children who inspired them. The exhibition title was inspired by the children. “What do you dream?”, became an evident theme for both the artists and the children interpreting the phrase more »
What an incredible final week it was! The educational mural, shade sculpture and artists murals are all complete and the kids love them. We all had such an incredible time and really this is just the beginning. Now the post project fun begins, so please keep an eye out for all the content that will more »
Late yesterday afternoon some of the Little Lotus crew visited the community who live and work around the rubbish dump. It is the children from this community who attend Sky Blue School and are working with the artists in class. The artists all contributed some rice to the community and we were lucky enough to more »
The AOS crew quickly knocked up their own wee update video on this years SpinningTop ‘Little Lotus Project’ so far. We thought you’d love to check it out. So much amazing footage being captured here, we are so excited about all the online docos we will be creating!
SAW School is looking incredible! The artists have been working hard on the alphabet mural and it’s nearly done. The children each had a letter and they have been planning the artwork that they were going to paint on the inside. Yesterday afternoon they started painting in their letters and the wall is now looking more »
Yesterday was a huge day on the Little Lotus Project. It was the first day that the artists worked with the children and it was incredible! The day started with some shopping for art supplies and paint. It was really one of those ‘Like kids in a candy store’ moments. The artists loved collecting the more »
The 2010 Little Lotus Project took place over 3 weeks in November 2010 and saw 4 incredible artists work with the children on a variety of art workshops including soft toy making, a masquerade ball and the painting of a school mural. Tanja Jade, Peap Tarr, Alex Chalmers and Pat Shepherd worked with the children more »