Please note, masks are recommended during your visit to HOTA.

Dumpling Dreams

27th Nov 2021 - 2nd May 2022

Dumpling Dreams

A whimsical dumpling dreamscape full of fun, discovery and adventure.

Brought to life by beloved Brisbane-based artist YEAHYEAHCHLOE, the wonderfully imaginative Dumpling Dreams plops youngsters, the young-at-heart, and their adventurous adults into a colourful world complete with delicious new sidekicks.

A blank canvas to build your own world and bond with your new dumpling friends, little visitors will spend hours imagining dreamy futures, and discovering new ways to connect with the environment and people closest to them. Little creative hearts are free to dip their toes into the world of art and be themselves in a safe, inclusive space.

Featuring Augmented Reality experiences and interactive activities, you’re only limited by your imagination. Fill your days, weekends, and holidays with colour, connection, and creativity at HOTA Children’s Gallery.

Presented by HOTA, Home of the Arts.

Dates
27th Nov 2021 - 2nd May 2022
Ages
Kids and Families
Tickets
Free - Bookings not required

#Acknowledgements

Supported by the Thyne Reid Foundation and Exhibition Major Partner Bendigo Bank Community Bank Paradise Point and Pimpama-Ormeau

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#Keeping you safe

Please note, masks are recommended at this time. To keep everyone safe while at HOTA we have a COVID Safe plan. Please make sure you keep up to date with Queensland Government guidelines at health.qld.gov.au.

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