Arts & Entertainment

Part of the Kinderling Conversation for parents.

Express yourself! Kinderling Conversation covers children's art and entertainment in all its forms, from music to films and TV, books to poetry, exhibitions to theatre.

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Catch up on the latest Arts & Entertainment segments

Captivating kids imaginations in Sand Song with dance, sun and dreaming jars

Sand Song is an interactive performance that’s happening at Barangaroo in Sydney from October 3 – 8. Director Elena Vereker and dancer Sani Ray Townson talk about the story behind Sand
10 mins

Bertha and Bear: a children’s book about finding your place in the world

Christine Sharp is a writer and illustrator who has created a book about the meaning of friendship and home Her story Bertha and Bear features on the free Kinderling app…
8 mins

Translating theatre for the deaf community

Every parent wants their child to have opportunity to experience new things. Dance, sport, theatre. Options for children in the deaf community are limited, particularly when it comes to theatre…
10 mins

Grug and the Rainbow live on stage

If you grew up in the 80s, chances are you read Grug picture books. The hairy little hero who fell from the top of a Burrawang tree, and had the…
6 mins

Funny man Frank Woodley on making kids laugh

Frank Woodley is arguably one of Australia's most beloved comedians. So why let adults have all the lols! Frank opens up to Shevonne about what makes his children laugh and…
14 mins

The national art platform for kids: the Young Archie's

Most people have heard of the Archibald Prize, but what about The Young Archie's The Young Archie competition is open to children from ages five to 18. There are different…
6 mins