Our brand new podcast Arty Farty – A Podcast for Kids has been created especially for Kid Creatives. We’re excited to share special moments, insights, tips, tricks and more from kids themselves, and creative types who appear here at the House.
Season 2: Creative Conversations
Creative Conversationsfeatures well-known artists sharing their creative process and inspiration. These conversations will spark the imaginations of children and adults alike.
Episode 5: Tim Sharp and Judy Sharp
Tim Sharp is an Australian artist who has had his colourful and unique art exhibited all over the world and across Australia. Join Tim and his mum Judy as they discuss Tim's early years being diagnosed with autism, his life as an artist and creator and where this dream has taken him. Tim and Judy are wonderful ambassadors for autism and remind us that beauty can be found in diversity, inclusion and looking at the world through the eyes of different people.
Matt Stanton has so many books across many genres it would be impossible to count them all! Listen to how Matt starts getting words onto a page and how important reading is to creating stories. "Books inspire the imagination, imagination burst creativity and creativity changes the world."
Jessica Townsend's series of books - The Trials of Morrigan Crow have been released to record break sales and lots of awards. Find out about Jess's tricks to creating characters, the weird places she gets her ideas from her absolute love of daydreaming. Plus a sneaky read of some of her words by the author herself!
A global phenomenon in the world of film, TV and comedy, David Walliams first made the foray into writing children’s books in 2008. The rest has been history and his hilarious books are a modern staple in every kid’s bookshelf. David talks about his 2010 book Billionaire Boy and delves into the unlikely places that he’s found inspiration.
A renowned Australian writer and artist, Shaun Tan’s books have been translated into 25 different languages and his 2000 book The Lost Thing was adapted into an Academy Award-winning animated short film. Shaun dives into what it means to be an artist and shares some insightful advice: “Pay attention to things that you like. Draw, paint, and then write first and ask questions later. Don’t be afraid of failure.”