Families are invited to join us every Sunday morning for story-telling and craft activities inspired by Mao’s Last Dancer the exhibition.
Come along every Sunday morning and enjoy fun and engaging story-telling sessions with our talented Museum team, dance to your own rhythm as part of Anne Scott Wilson’s exhibition Every Day I Wait, create your own kite as part of the inspiring Kite Wishes Project at our MoB Maker station and beat the crowds to our family-friendly summer show Mao’s Last Dancer the exhibition.
Stories include Li Cunxin’s children’s book The Peasant Prince and other titles focused on inspiring stories and dance.
Book readings take place from 10.15am – 10.45am then stick around for craft activities throughout the day.
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All arts activities and exhibitions are free, except Mao’s Last Dancer the exhibition which is ticketed. A family pass is $30. Children under 5 free.