Fisher’s Kids returns to Campbelltown Arts Centre
Fisher’s Kids is back again, taking over Campbelltown Arts Centre for an action-packed four hours of free fun and creativity on Sunday 4 November from 10am to 2pm.
This year Fisher’s Kids has been inspired by the impressive movements of hip-hop culture and the innovative ways artists use material, sound and dance to transform the streets of Western Sydney.
The day will include interactive installations, hands-on workshops, performances and spontaneous happenings designed for children and their families.
Kids will learn new moves in hip-hop dance workshops; mix beats with street B-Boxer, Voltak; create a new look with Western Sydney-based fashion designer, Bayvick Lawrence; make their mark creating a collaborative mural with Western Sydney street artist, Chez; all of which leads up to the main Dance Battle event hosted by hip-hop dancer Feras Shaheen with music by DJ Dela Cruz.
Mayor of Campbelltown, Cr George Brticevic, said Fisher’s Kids would be full of fun and exciting activities for kids, all set in Campbelltown Art Centre’s Sculpture Garden and throughout the gallery.
“One workshop will see our budding artists create their own masterpieces inspired by the expressive movements of hip-hop,” he said.
“Kids will learn more about local street art and dance and discover their hidden talents, all in a fun environment.
“Fisher’s Kids is one of the many free, family-friendly activities on offer through this year’s Festival of Fisher’s Ghost.
“It’s a chance to celebrate our community spirit as well as the spirit of Fred Fisher, Australia’s best known ghost.”
Fisher’s Kids is free for the whole family.