School Holidays at the National Motor Museum – GooRoo Animation – Make Your Own Movies!
30 September, 1 and 2 October 11am – 3pm, free with Museum admission (bookings preferred)
Visit the National Motor Museum this school holidays and make your very own ‘Brick Film’. Drawing inspiration from the vehicles on display at the museum, kids can create their own Lego car chase, or assemble their own unique vehicle.
GooRoo Animation workshops will be held on the first weekend of the holidays where you can learn to create your very own movies. They will teach you about what goes into making a film, giving you a behind the scenes glimpse into producing an animated movie.
Movies will be filmed and put together using the Stop Motion Studio App available on mobile devices. They will then be uploaded to YouTube via the GooRoo Animation Workshops channel so you can share them with all your friends and family.
School Holidays at the South Australian Maritime Museum – Pirates in their PJ’s
Pirates in their PJ’s gives us a glimpse into some of the things that can go wrong while sailing in search of excitement. It tells the story about how adventures are seldom as glorious as we would like them to be.
What was it like having to deal with pirates? What do you do if the
food runs out or the winds stop? How do you cope if your clothes are
washed overboard, and all you have are your pyjamas?
Follow Captain Pedro Pyjama and his crew on their adventure to almost discover some of the world’s greatest treasures… as they never quite make it to where they are going, or if they do are always the last. Come dressed in your pyjamas, strike a pose somewhere in the Museum and post a pic on social media to win a prize.
Weekdays – Monday 30 September to Friday 11 October 2019| Performances weekdays at 11am and 1pm, $6 per child includes the lighthouse (bookings not required). Ages 7-16.
School Holidays at the Migration Museum
Star Jars & Milky Way Maps
Tuesdays 1 & 8 October 11 am – 12 pm
Fridays 4 & 11 October 11 am – 12 pm
$15.00 per child (One accompanying adult included in cost of ticket)
The stars have always been important in the history of human migration – they guide us across oceans, light our way, illuminate our stories, and give us something to wish upon. Come and learn about some southern constellations, listen to night sky dreaming stories, relax under a night sky projection, and make a constellation-in-a-jar and a star atlas to take home for your room.
Bookings > www.eventbrite.com.au
Strict age limit: 8 years plus. (No toddlers allowed due to small choking hazards) Sharp objects, glitter, glue in use.
Migration Museum Magical Misery Tour
Thursday 3 & 10 October 2019, 11 – 12pm ages 5-8
$10 per participant – (Limited to 15 participants only)
Mooch on down the Migration Museum these school holidays to be gruesomely guided through a South Australian history splattered with sewage, swill, swindling…and reckless radioactivity!
Bookings essential > www.eventbrite.com.au