/ / WHAT'S ON | SWELL Sculpture Festival 2021

SWELL Kids Elements is the curated project dedicated to KIDS, ART & PLAY, to be experienced through the eyes of children. A place where young artists are invited to play and explore. An interactive sculpture park for children to marvel at elements of art, science and the environment. Exploring shape, colour, texture, form, line and sound. To participate in fun, creative workshops, discover big and bold sculptures and experience First Nations storytelling, hands-on masterclasses and workshops.

Evoking thoughts, creativity, conversation and interaction with art and the works around us while being inspired and empowered through creative expression.

SWELL Kids Elements in 2021 will feature Monte Lupo Wonderland, Bamboo masterpiece by Jaye Irving, Tentacles by Clayton Blake and Monte Lupo, Urchin Dunes by Lauren Curtis and Our Beaches, Storyfest Beach Library, SWELL meeting place to chill out in the shade, Wood Fired pizza, Coffee Cart, Southern Cross University’s battery-powered Kombi van, paint a mullet fish or cockatoo workshop, play with clay on pottery wheels, listen to First Nations storytelling with Luther Cora and a pop-up movie night with Gold Coast Film Festival. SWELL Kids Elements is a place to play and relax. Everyone is invited.

Come along and see for yourself!

Where: Wallace Nicoll Park, Pacific Parade, Currumbin Beach. (next to The Rocks Resort)

When: 10-19 September 2021

Time: 9 am to 4 pm daily.

See links to activations at SWELL Kids Elements here

Combat Wombat, Family Movie, Wallace Nicoll Park, Saturday 18 September | FREE

Paint a ‘Luther Cora’ mullet fish or cockatoo with Monte Lupo | $15 book online

Play with Clay – Have a  go at throwing clay on a pottery wheel | $15 book online

First Nations Storytelling with Luther Cora | FREE

Woodfired Pizza from 11 am daily

Monte Lupo Coffee Cart from 7 am daily

Storyfest Beach Library | FREE

Southern Cross University Battery Powered Kombi | FREE (weekends only)





SWELL Kids Elements Education program is proudly supported by Cr Pauline Young, Division 12, City of Gold Coast.