• Palaeo-art workshop: Bringing Dinosaurs to Life
    In this introductory workshop led by scientific illustrator Celia Curtis, learn to improve your creative skills and start thinking in a different way. Sketch at your own pace, draw, have fun and socialise with likeminded others. Image: Anna Kučera
    © Australian Museum
  • Celia Curtis water colour bird illustration
    Celia Curtis water colour bird illustration. Image: Celia Curtis
    © Celia Curtis

Schedule: Friday 13 January, 2023
Ages Time
8-12 years 10.30am - 12pm
13-16 years 1pm - 2.30pm

Ages: 8-12 kids sessions & 13-16 teens sessions

Let's Get Sketching workshops are led by paleo-artist and scientific illustrator, Celia Curtis.

In these 90 minute sketching workshops, learn to improve your creative skills and start thinking in a different way. Sketch at your own pace, draw, have fun and socialise with likeminded others.

Sketching helps develop a number of different areas of your brain, including your ability to focus and pay attention, hand-eye coordination and strategic thinking.



If using a Creative Kids Voucher, please choose your course carefully as once your voucher has been redeemed the value cannot be recovered if your child, for any reason, does not participate in the course. Please refer to the Service NSW website for the terms and conditions for Creative Kids Vouchers.

*Note: Limit of one voucher per child and any remaining balance will be forfeited.


Please refer to the AM's refund policy here. Discounted Members tickets will be verified with Members registered for Family Membership benefits. Members Benefits are for registered Members only (kids and /or adults).



Celia Curtis

Palaeo-art workshop: Bringing Dinosaurs to Life

Celia Curtis is a multidisciplinary artist. She is an experienced scenic painter, maker and a published scientific illustrator.

Image: Anna Kučera
© Australian Museum

Celia Curtis is a multidisciplinary artist. She is an experienced scenic painter, maker and a published scientific illustrator. Celia also works as a singer and comedian with a history in theatre and circus.


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