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Outside The Lines A QAGOMA Kids Podcast About Art

What do slimy frogs and freaky snakes have to do with art? How do you make art that you can’t even see? And how does NOT using your eyes help you to draw?  Outside the Lines is a fun and imaginative podcast for kids all about ART! Join so

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Season 1


Dale Harding

Where do artists find their inspiration? Kinderling Kid, Marcel, meets up with contemporary artist, Dale Harding, to find out! Dale is a Brisbane-based artist who draws on his family stories and lineage with the Bidjara, Garingbal and Ghungalu peoples to make his art. Dale makes contemporary paintings inspired by the galleries of rock art, and the natural world of his grandparent’s countries.  In this episode, Dale shares some of his favourite stories about the land, animals and family history that inspire his art. And we learn that art can teach us a lot about our environment, and even bring us closer together as people by showing us what we have in common.  For more kid-friendly art tips (from more inspirational artists) download the Kinderling App or subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts. Outside the Lines is a Kinderling co-production with the Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art’s Children’s Art Centre. This production was possible thanks to the generous support of the Neilson Foundation. Produced by Caitlin Gibson Sound Design and Mix by Camilla Hannan Executive Producer: Lorna Clarkson See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Dale Harding

Where do artists find their inspiration? Kinderling Kid, Marcel, meets up with contemporary artist, Dale Harding, to find out! Dale is a Brisbane-based artist who draws on his family stories and lineage with the Bidjara, Garingbal and Ghungalu peoples to make his art. Dale makes contemporary paintings inspired by the galleries of rock art, and the natural world of his grandparent’s countries.  In this episode, Dale shares some of his favourite stories about the land, animals and family history that inspire his art. And we learn that art can teach us a lot about our environment, and even bring us closer together as people by showing us what we have in common.  For more kid-friendly art tips (from more inspirational artists) download the Kinderling App or subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts. Outside the Lines is a Kinderling co-production with the Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art’s Children’s Art Centre. This production was possible thanks to the generous support of the Neilson Foundation. Produced by Caitlin Gibson Sound Design and Mix by Camilla Hannan Executive Producer: Lorna Clarkson See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

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EP10 - S1

24 Nov 20

Gemma Smith

How do you make colours? Gemma Smith is one of Australia’s most acclaimed abstract artists working today. Her artworks reveal a fascination, and obsession, with colour and how it can change, trick, and move you. In this episode of Outside the Lines, we head to Gemma’s studio where she shares how colours are made, and how she uses colours in special ways to play tricks on your eyes. Colours are actually more complicated than you had ever imagined! Listen now to Outside The Lines with Gemma Smith. Maybe after listening to this episode you’ll see colour in a whole new way too! Outside the Lines is a Kinderling co-production with the Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art’s Children’s Art Centre. This production was possible thanks to the generous support of the Neilson Foundation. Produced by Caitlin Gibson Sound Design and Mix by Camilla Hannan Executive Producer: Lorna Clarkson See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Gemma Smith

How do you make colours? Gemma Smith is one of Australia’s most acclaimed abstract artists working today. Her artworks reveal a fascination, and obsession, with colour and how it can change, trick, and move you. In this episode of Outside the Lines, we head to Gemma’s studio where she shares how colours are made, and how she uses colours in special ways to play tricks on your eyes. Colours are actually more complicated than you had ever imagined! Listen now to Outside The Lines with Gemma Smith. Maybe after listening to this episode you’ll see colour in a whole new way too! Outside the Lines is a Kinderling co-production with the Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art’s Children’s Art Centre. This production was possible thanks to the generous support of the Neilson Foundation. Produced by Caitlin Gibson Sound Design and Mix by Camilla Hannan Executive Producer: Lorna Clarkson See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

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EP09 - S1

17 Nov 20

Raquel Ormella

How does un-making a flag become art? Join Kinderling Kid, Holiday when she meets Raquel Ormella to explore this question and more! Raquel Ormella is an Australian artist who uses textile, video and drawing to make art about environmental and social issues. Her artworks often resemble protest materials such as flags, banners and slogans. Raquel is particularly concerned about climate change and its effect on young people. In this episode, Raquel shows Holiday how flags can include AND exclude people; that art is about being creative and making yourself happy; and that you can even make art in bed! Listen now to Outside the Lines with Raquel Ormella. For more kid-friendly art tips (from more inspirational artists) download the Kinderling App or subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts. Outside the Lines is a Kinderling co-production with the Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art’s Children’s Art Centre. This production was possible thanks to the generous support of the Neilson Foundation. Produced by Caitlin Gibson Sound Design and Mixby Camilla Hannan Executive Producer: Lorna Clarkson  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Raquel Ormella

How does un-making a flag become art? Join Kinderling Kid, Holiday when she meets Raquel Ormella to explore this question and more! Raquel Ormella is an Australian artist who uses textile, video and drawing to make art about environmental and social issues. Her artworks often resemble protest materials such as flags, banners and slogans. Raquel is particularly concerned about climate change and its effect on young people. In this episode, Raquel shows Holiday how flags can include AND exclude people; that art is about being creative and making yourself happy; and that you can even make art in bed! Listen now to Outside the Lines with Raquel Ormella. For more kid-friendly art tips (from more inspirational artists) download the Kinderling App or subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts. Outside the Lines is a Kinderling co-production with the Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art’s Children’s Art Centre. This production was possible thanks to the generous support of the Neilson Foundation. Produced by Caitlin Gibson Sound Design and Mixby Camilla Hannan Executive Producer: Lorna Clarkson  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

09:00

EP08 - S1

10 Nov 20

Angela Tiatia

How can you use your body like a paintbrush? Join Kinderling Kid, Holiday when she visits Angela Tiatia to ask this question and more! Angela Tiatia explores contemporary culture through her art, drawing attention to its relationship to representation, gender, neo-colonialism and the commodification of the body and place, often through the lenses of history and popular culture. Holiday – like Angela – cares about the environment so they chat about how Angela’s art can help people learn about big, important things in the world - like climate change; and how curiosity is a superpower; and how video art is just like slow moving paintings. Listen now to Outside the Lines with Angela Tiatia. For more kid-friendly art tips (from more inspirational artists) download the Kinderling App or subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts. Outside the Lines is a Kinderling co-production with the Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art’s Children’s Art Centre. This production was possible thanks to the generous support of the Neilson Foundation. Produced by Caitlin Gibson Sound Design and Mixby Camilla Hannan Executive Producer: Lorna Clarkson  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Angela Tiatia

How can you use your body like a paintbrush? Join Kinderling Kid, Holiday when she visits Angela Tiatia to ask this question and more! Angela Tiatia explores contemporary culture through her art, drawing attention to its relationship to representation, gender, neo-colonialism and the commodification of the body and place, often through the lenses of history and popular culture. Holiday – like Angela – cares about the environment so they chat about how Angela’s art can help people learn about big, important things in the world - like climate change; and how curiosity is a superpower; and how video art is just like slow moving paintings. Listen now to Outside the Lines with Angela Tiatia. For more kid-friendly art tips (from more inspirational artists) download the Kinderling App or subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts. Outside the Lines is a Kinderling co-production with the Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art’s Children’s Art Centre. This production was possible thanks to the generous support of the Neilson Foundation. Produced by Caitlin Gibson Sound Design and Mixby Camilla Hannan Executive Producer: Lorna Clarkson  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

08:54

EP07 - S1

3 Nov 20

Isabel and Alfredo Aquilizan

How can making art be good for the planet? Join Kinderling Kid, Kip when he visits Isabel & Alfredo Aquilizan to ask this question and more! Isabel & Alfredo Aquilizan are a husband and wife artists who compose elaborate installations and sculptures invested with a sense of Filipino culture and character, often set against experiences of dislocation and change. But what would they like to teach kids? Well, in this episode they share that art doesn’t have to be expensive to make; art can be made from anything you find around you; and we discover how old boxes can tell incredible stories about everything from moving house, to climate change! Listen now to Outside the Lines with Isabel & Alfredo Aquilizan. For more kid-friendly art tips (from more inspirational artists) download the Kinderling App or subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts. Outside the Lines is a Kinderling co-production with the Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art’s Children’s Art Centre. This production was possible thanks to the generous support of the Neilson Foundation. Produced by Caitlin Gibson Sound Design and Mixby Camilla Hannan Executive Producer: Lorna Clarkson  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Isabel and Alfredo Aquilizan

How can making art be good for the planet? Join Kinderling Kid, Kip when he visits Isabel & Alfredo Aquilizan to ask this question and more! Isabel & Alfredo Aquilizan are a husband and wife artists who compose elaborate installations and sculptures invested with a sense of Filipino culture and character, often set against experiences of dislocation and change. But what would they like to teach kids? Well, in this episode they share that art doesn’t have to be expensive to make; art can be made from anything you find around you; and we discover how old boxes can tell incredible stories about everything from moving house, to climate change! Listen now to Outside the Lines with Isabel & Alfredo Aquilizan. For more kid-friendly art tips (from more inspirational artists) download the Kinderling App or subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts. Outside the Lines is a Kinderling co-production with the Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art’s Children’s Art Centre. This production was possible thanks to the generous support of the Neilson Foundation. Produced by Caitlin Gibson Sound Design and Mixby Camilla Hannan Executive Producer: Lorna Clarkson  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

08:44

EP06 - S1

27 Oct 20

Tony Albert

What does ‘art’ mean in Aboriginal culture? Kinderling Kid, Marcel, meets up with contemporary artist Tony Albert to find out. Tony is a descendant of the Girramay, Yidinji and Kuku Yalanji peoples and is one of the most exciting contemporary artists in Australia. Through a mix of humour and poignancy, Albert tackles issues of race and representation by recontextualising objects of ‘Aboriginalia’; kitsch items featuring caricatured depictions of Aboriginal people and their culture. In this episode Tony shares why there are no boundaries between art and life in Aboriginal culture; how art can give people a voice in the world; and that no-one is good or bad at art as long as they have a story to tell. Listen now to Outside the Lines with Tony Albert. For more kid-friendly art tips (from more inspirational artists) download the Kinderling App or subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts. Outside the Lines is a Kinderling co-production with the Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art’s Children’s Art Centre. This production was possible thanks to the generous support of the Neilson Foundation. Produced by Caitlin Gibson Sound Design and Mixby Camilla Hannan Executive Producer: Lorna Clarkson  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Tony Albert

What does ‘art’ mean in Aboriginal culture? Kinderling Kid, Marcel, meets up with contemporary artist Tony Albert to find out. Tony is a descendant of the Girramay, Yidinji and Kuku Yalanji peoples and is one of the most exciting contemporary artists in Australia. Through a mix of humour and poignancy, Albert tackles issues of race and representation by recontextualising objects of ‘Aboriginalia’; kitsch items featuring caricatured depictions of Aboriginal people and their culture. In this episode Tony shares why there are no boundaries between art and life in Aboriginal culture; how art can give people a voice in the world; and that no-one is good or bad at art as long as they have a story to tell. Listen now to Outside the Lines with Tony Albert. For more kid-friendly art tips (from more inspirational artists) download the Kinderling App or subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts. Outside the Lines is a Kinderling co-production with the Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art’s Children’s Art Centre. This production was possible thanks to the generous support of the Neilson Foundation. Produced by Caitlin Gibson Sound Design and Mixby Camilla Hannan Executive Producer: Lorna Clarkson  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

09:45

EP05 - S1

20 Oct 20

Ross Manning

How do you make art you can’t see? Kinderling kids – Pip and Lottie – find out this and more when they meet up with a very special artist called Ross Manning. Ross is a sound artist who turns everyday objects - like cans, rocks and even fans - into instruments that make music like you’ve never heard before. But why? As a way to explore humanity’s ongoing and increasingly complex relationship with technology. In this episode, Ross answers the kids’ big art questions like; “When is having a big imagination better than knowledge”? And “Why is breaking the rules sometimes okay”? Listen now to Outside The Lines with Ross Manning. For more kid-friendly art tips (from more inspirational artists) download the Kinderling App or subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts. Outside the Lines is a Kinderling co-production with the Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art’s Children’s Art Centre. This production was possible thanks to the generous support of the Neilson Foundation. Produced by Caitlin Gibson Sound Design and Mixby Camilla Hannan Executive Producer: Lorna Clarkson  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Ross Manning

How do you make art you can’t see? Kinderling kids – Pip and Lottie – find out this and more when they meet up with a very special artist called Ross Manning. Ross is a sound artist who turns everyday objects - like cans, rocks and even fans - into instruments that make music like you’ve never heard before. But why? As a way to explore humanity’s ongoing and increasingly complex relationship with technology. In this episode, Ross answers the kids’ big art questions like; “When is having a big imagination better than knowledge”? And “Why is breaking the rules sometimes okay”? Listen now to Outside The Lines with Ross Manning. For more kid-friendly art tips (from more inspirational artists) download the Kinderling App or subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts. Outside the Lines is a Kinderling co-production with the Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art’s Children’s Art Centre. This production was possible thanks to the generous support of the Neilson Foundation. Produced by Caitlin Gibson Sound Design and Mixby Camilla Hannan Executive Producer: Lorna Clarkson  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

08:48

EP04 - S1

13 Oct 20

Elisa Jane (Leecee) Carmichael

How do you weave a story? In this episode, Kinderling kids – Pip and Lottie – find out the answer to this question and more from Quandamooka woman, and multidisciplinary artist, Elisa Jane (Leecee) Carmichael. As an artist, Leecee honours her salt-water heritage by incorporating materials collected from Country, embracing traditional techniques, and expressing contemporary adaptations through painting, weaving, and textiles. In this episode, Leecee answers the kids’ big art questions like; “How does family and home inspire art”? And “why would you put a hole in your artwork on PURPOSE”? Listen now to Outside The Lines with Elisa Jane (Leecee) Carmichael. For more kid-friendly art tips (from more inspirational artists) download the Kinderling App or subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts. Outside the Lines is a Kinderling co-production with the Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art’s Children’s Art Centre. This production was possible thanks to the generous support of the Neilson Foundation. Produced by Caitlin Gibson Sound Design and Mixby Camilla Hannan Executive Producer: Lorna Clarkson  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Elisa Jane (Leecee) Carmichael

How do you weave a story? In this episode, Kinderling kids – Pip and Lottie – find out the answer to this question and more from Quandamooka woman, and multidisciplinary artist, Elisa Jane (Leecee) Carmichael. As an artist, Leecee honours her salt-water heritage by incorporating materials collected from Country, embracing traditional techniques, and expressing contemporary adaptations through painting, weaving, and textiles. In this episode, Leecee answers the kids’ big art questions like; “How does family and home inspire art”? And “why would you put a hole in your artwork on PURPOSE”? Listen now to Outside The Lines with Elisa Jane (Leecee) Carmichael. For more kid-friendly art tips (from more inspirational artists) download the Kinderling App or subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts. Outside the Lines is a Kinderling co-production with the Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art’s Children’s Art Centre. This production was possible thanks to the generous support of the Neilson Foundation. Produced by Caitlin Gibson Sound Design and Mixby Camilla Hannan Executive Producer: Lorna Clarkson  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

08:39

EP03 - S1

6 Oct 20

Ben Quilty

How do you draw a feeling? Our hosts, Pippy & Lottie, find out this and more when they meet one of Australia’s most acclaimed contemporary artists, Ben Quilty! Ben is one of Australia’s most acclaimed contemporary artists and is best known for painting bold and confronting subjects that question identity and reflect on art’s power to make sense of the world. In this episode Ben answers the kids’ big art questions like; “How do you make art without using your eyes”? And “How can mistakes be the best part of art”?   Listen now to Outside The Lines with Ben Quilty. For more kid-friendly art tips (from more inspirational artists) download the Kinderling App or subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts. Outside the Lines is a Kinderling co-production with the Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art’s Children’s Art Centre. This production was possible thanks to the generous support of the Neilson Foundation. Produced by Caitlin Gibson Sound Design and Mixby Camilla Hannan Executive Producer: Lorna Clarkson  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Ben Quilty

How do you draw a feeling? Our hosts, Pippy & Lottie, find out this and more when they meet one of Australia’s most acclaimed contemporary artists, Ben Quilty! Ben is one of Australia’s most acclaimed contemporary artists and is best known for painting bold and confronting subjects that question identity and reflect on art’s power to make sense of the world. In this episode Ben answers the kids’ big art questions like; “How do you make art without using your eyes”? And “How can mistakes be the best part of art”?   Listen now to Outside The Lines with Ben Quilty. For more kid-friendly art tips (from more inspirational artists) download the Kinderling App or subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts. Outside the Lines is a Kinderling co-production with the Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art’s Children’s Art Centre. This production was possible thanks to the generous support of the Neilson Foundation. Produced by Caitlin Gibson Sound Design and Mixby Camilla Hannan Executive Producer: Lorna Clarkson  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

10:10

EP02 - S1

6 Oct 20

Jemima Wyman

Does art have secret messages? Our hosts, Pippy & Lottie, find out this and more when they meet contemporary artist, Jemima Wyman! Jemima is known for her work across multiple mediums, including performance, video, painting, installation and photography. Many of Wyman’s works utilize these mediums to focus on visually based resistance strategies – drawing inspiration from visual patterns found in the natural world. In this episode Jemima answers the kids’ big art questions like; “How do slimy snakes inspire art”? And “What do frogs have in common with fashion”? Listen now to Outside The Lines with Jemima Wyman. For more kid-friendly art tips (from more inspirational artists) download the Kinderling App or subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts. Outside the Lines is a Kinderling co-production with the Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art’s Children’s Art Centre. This production was possible thanks to the generous support of the Neilson Foundation. Produced by Caitlin Gibson Sound Design and Mixby Camilla Hannan Executive Producer: Lorna Clarkson  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Jemima Wyman

Does art have secret messages? Our hosts, Pippy & Lottie, find out this and more when they meet contemporary artist, Jemima Wyman! Jemima is known for her work across multiple mediums, including performance, video, painting, installation and photography. Many of Wyman’s works utilize these mediums to focus on visually based resistance strategies – drawing inspiration from visual patterns found in the natural world. In this episode Jemima answers the kids’ big art questions like; “How do slimy snakes inspire art”? And “What do frogs have in common with fashion”? Listen now to Outside The Lines with Jemima Wyman. For more kid-friendly art tips (from more inspirational artists) download the Kinderling App or subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts. Outside the Lines is a Kinderling co-production with the Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art’s Children’s Art Centre. This production was possible thanks to the generous support of the Neilson Foundation. Produced by Caitlin Gibson Sound Design and Mixby Camilla Hannan Executive Producer: Lorna Clarkson  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

09:59

EP01 - S1

6 Oct 20

Outside The Lines: Trailer

Outside the Lines is a new kids' podcast — all about art! We love art! But what is it? And why do people make it? In this podcast we - the kids - find out. In each episode we visit some of Australia’s most inspiring artists to scratch the surface, peek behind the canvas, open the sketchbook, and dive into their creative minds. Why? Because there’s so much to discover. Art is mind blowing!!! And soooo much more than just paintings on a wall. Subscribe now for Outside the Lines! First three episodes available October 7. Outside the Lines is a Kinderling co-production with the Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art’s Children’s Art Centre. This production was possible thanks to the generous support of the Neilson Foundation. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Outside The Lines: Trailer

Outside the Lines is a new kids' podcast — all about art! We love art! But what is it? And why do people make it? In this podcast we - the kids - find out. In each episode we visit some of Australia’s most inspiring artists to scratch the surface, peek behind the canvas, open the sketchbook, and dive into their creative minds. Why? Because there’s so much to discover. Art is mind blowing!!! And soooo much more than just paintings on a wall. Subscribe now for Outside the Lines! First three episodes available October 7. Outside the Lines is a Kinderling co-production with the Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art’s Children’s Art Centre. This production was possible thanks to the generous support of the Neilson Foundation. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

01:38

EP01 - S1

25 Sep 20

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