Julian Opie: Studio for Kids, NGV International, Melbourne

After a successful Melbourne exhibit back in 2019, Julian Opie, one of Britain’s leading contemporary artists, is back in collaboration with the NGV for the coming summer with a new interactive exhibition for children called ‘Julian Opie: Studio for Kids’. 


Kids will be invited to create portraits in a space inspired by Opie’s studio in London where the artist is surrounded by his art collection. 


While creating their own artworks, visitors of all ages will be able to admire selected works from the NGV Julian Opie collection. Activities will focus on drawing, observation and portraiture. An introduction to Opie’s techniques and artistic processes will help budding artists create their own masterpieces.


The exhibit will be free and open to the public from 3 December 2022 to 10 April 2023 at the NGV International Children’s Gallery on the ground floor.

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