Explore, respond and learn how Sidney Nolan’s Ned Kelly series builds a strong narrative with particular emphasis on examining the living and working conditions for people in 19th century colonial Australia, and their significance as one of the greatest sequences of Australian paintings in the 20th century.

Reimagine the Australian bushranger, Ned Kelly’s iconic helmet in a creative activity created by local illustrator, Lewis Brownlie.

Hours: Open daily 10am to 5pm (closed Good Friday)
Cost: Free entry excludes Sidney Nolan’s Ned Kelly Series exhibition
Enquiries: www.geelonggallery.org.au
Supervision: Children must be accompanied by an adult