What an exciting beginning to the year it has been! For four fun-filled days tiny & little stopped by the NGV Children's Festival with our friends at Meetoo for a paper craft adventure of our own with little ones at our workshop, Paper Threads. Today I'd love for you to come for a peek inside the workshop.
Over four days we saw hundreds of fantastic creations by children as they explored fashion and design using paper....
A paper couture workshop for the young and young at heart
This summer, tiny & little has partnered again with Meetoo and the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) to bring a fun children's activity to the NGV Children's Festival, Paper Threads.
We think children can design amazing clothes and accessories for toys using paper as the fabric and in this free workshop, children will create a fashion accessory for their favourite cuddly. Inspired by Jean Paul...
The lovely ladies over at Culture Mamas, who host events to nourish the minds of parents with art and culture, have started a wonderful new series called Mama Circles. They're creative conversations over lunch that mamas and papas can come along to, with their little ones, to hear about a creative topic then have a discussion with the speaker. I went to last month's session when Di Hilyear from the National Gallery of Victoria spoke...
When it comes to capturing "Melbourne Now" it's hard to overlook the flourishing street art scene, particularly in the city where the laneways are adorned with bursts of colour and conversation. For our latest Roll Around the Block for Melbourne Now, the tiny & little team took a walk through some of the laneways of the city to photograph that street art.
It's time for the first of our photography tip posts as part of Roll Around the Block for Melbourne Now, and for this we're starting with what is possibly THE most important thing... light.
When it comes to photography, using light - or the lack of it - well is what takes photos from good to stunning, and helping your little one see and use the light they're shooting in is invaluable. So today, for our tips series for little photographers we're taking a look at light throughout the day and sharing our tips for each.