EXPERIENCE START ONLINE FROM HOME THIS MONTH WITH A RANGE OF ACTIVITIES FOR ALL THE FAMILY TO ENJOY.

Slither, stomp, crawl or fly into another creative month! Start online, and then take the creative fun offline with an array of active and imaginative activities for big and little monsters. Explore the 2020 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art: Monster Theatres through monster movement, art activities, dance, storytelling and play.

Presented by
  • James and Diana Ramsay Foundation

installation view: 2020 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art: Monster Theatres featuring Once bitten, twice shy by Mark Valenzuela, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide;; photo: Saul Steed.

Start Art Workshop

Draw and collage creatures and features to mix, match and mash up monsters.

Digital Sketch Tour

Draw imaginative monsters with illustrator Lauren Herraman

Photo: Nat Rogers.

Digital Dance workshop

Make monster moves with creative choreographer Jessie Mckinlay

Photo: Morgan Sette.

Storytelling on Screen

Tune in to a tale by Hans Christian Anderson, adapted by master musical storyteller Helen Lawry.

photo: Nat Rogers

Monster Theatres Studio

Create a hybrid creature, listen to artist Erin Coates and enjoy music to make monsters to.

photo: Nat Rogers.

Animated Activity

Be inspired to move and groove like a bizarre and boisterous beast

MORRIS & COMPANY, London, Britain, 1861 - 1940, May Morris, designer, Britain, 1862 - 1938, JEFFREY & COMPANY, printer, Britain, 1836 - 1930, Honeysuckle wallpaper, c.1900, designed 1883, London, colour woodcut on paper, 68.8 x 57.8 cm, 74.5 x 62.0 x 3.5 cm (framed); Gift of Mrs J.H. Bagot 1993, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide.

Start at Home

Have you ever made art with vegetables? This is your chance to make a fabulous floral print!

AGSA Education

Discover resources to help students to examine, explore and respond to works of art.