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.

We explore everything from the "How To" to "When and Where" for both kids and their grown ups. Because what's this parenting thing all about if we can't get a bit creative along the way!

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Catch up on the latest Arts & Entertainment segments

Not By Accident: Why Sophie Harper documented her road to single parenthood

Sophie Harper is the host of Not By Accident, a podcast that captures her experience becoming a single mum. From insemination to the drive to hospital for labour Shevonne…
9 mins

Celebrating May Gibbs and 100 years of the Gumnut Babies

May Gibbs is famous for her beautiful illustrations and iconic Australian fairy tales, but she also led a fairly extraordinary life for the time she lived in. Rosalie May
12 mins

Michelle Karavas on how to help your child manage their anger

Once your child moves beyond the toddler years, you may think tantrums will be a thing of the past But anger is a human emotion, and one that not even…
12 mins

Sofija Stefanovic - Miss Ex-Yugoslavia - on what it means to belong to a country that no longer exists

Sofija Stephanovic is an Australian living in New York, but she was born in socialist Belgrade, then part of Yugoslavia. Her memoir Miss Ex-Yugoslavia explores what it’s like to grow…
13 mins

How beat boxing and comedy is teaching kids about illness

Holly Austin is exploring some fairly dark topics through comedy, beat boxing and puppetry in a brand new play; Ruby’s Wish The play is based on Holly’s experiences as…
10 mins

How one album could fix your sibling rivalry woes

Vered is a music therapist and musician and  based in New York City, with three children Her album Songs for Sisters and Brothers explores the dynamics in an expanding family.…
14 mins