Celebrate the first day of winter with your kids by visiting the National Gallery of Victoria's Van Gogh and the Seasons exhibition.
Children will receive free entry to Van Gogh and the Seasons on the first day of winter, Thursday 1 June, to mark Vincent van Gogh’s love of the ever-changing seasons.
All kids are encouraged to wear their best winter woollies to celebrate the change of season, just like Van Gogh who saw immense beauty in autumn, winter, spring and summer alike.
Photo credit: Tom Ross
Exclusive to Melbourne and featuring nearly 50 stunning, vividly-coloured Van Gogh masterpieces, Van Gogh and the Seasons explores the visionary artist’s profound connection to the seasons of nature – spring-time, with its blossoming orchards and flowering meadows; summer, with fields of ripe wheat shimmering under the hot sun; autumn, with bountiful harvests and solitary figures sowing seeds; and winter, with peasants digging potatoes out of frozen fields.
Van Gogh and the Seasons is on display at NGV International, 180 St Kilda Road, Melbourne until 9 July 2017 as part of the Melbourne Winter Masterpieces series.
Free entry is for children aged under 15.
Where: NGV 180 St Kilda Rd, Melbourne VIC 3006
When: Thursday 1 June 2017. 10am - 5pm
Cost: FREE for children U15, Adult $28, Concession $24.50
While you're there, you must visit Fiona Hall: Uneasy Seasons in the children's gallery, NGV Kids. More HERE