With the sun out and school holidays, take a look at all the events to keep you and your family entertained.
Shochu Hour, Shochu Lounge
Visit the Shochu Lounge Wednesday to Friday evenings for the ultimate post-office knees up! From 5.30pm to 7.30pm enjoy cocktails, wine, beer and ROKA snacks at the bar for exclusive prices.
Haikara X Carousel
30 May – 3 June
Joining Carousel for the second time, Sho will be serving an enticing new menu created especially for the occasion, packed with creative, Japanese-rooted bangers like ‘Scallop Sashimi, Ponzu Sauce, Cherry Tomatoes, Radish’; ‘Nduja-Stuffed BBQ Chicken Wings, Honey & Soy Glaze, Smashed Cucumbers’; and ‘Tonkatsu Pork, Negi Miso (Leek & Miso Sauce), Shiso, Lettuce’.
Create a Cominc Strip, Cartoon Museum
31 May, 11am – 12:30pm
Learn how to design your own cartoon characters and then draw them in a one-page comic strip story. Study best ways and bad ways to draw pictures for comics, and how to do proper speech bubbles. Great for beginners, and fun for those with a little more experience.
Multiverse Madness, Cartoon Museum
1 June, 11am – 12:30pm
What if there’s another you living in another dimension? Perhaps in this other world you are a pirate, or an astronaut, a mermaid, a superhero, or something else. Let’s have fun finding out in a comic strip!
Make a mini comic, Cartoon Museum
1 June, 2pm – 3:30pm
Lots of comic creators got started by making mini-comics. Learn how to create your own characters and draw them into a special booklet that you’ll easily be ale to make copies of to give to your friends.
A Journey Through the World of Gerry Anderson’s Comics, Cartoon Museum
1 June, 6pm – 8pm
Blast off into an unforgettable evening at The Cartoon Museum, as we welcome the renowned comic artist Lee Sullivan and the legendary Gerry Anderson’s son, Jamie Anderson, for an exclusive fireside chat! This ticketed event, titled “Futures Past,” will take you on a fascinating journey through the iconic TV Century 21 comic and the visionary comics of the Gerry Anderson series.
Magna, Cartoon Museum
2 June, 11am – 12:30pm
Whether you’re new to the world of Japanese comics, or if you love Manga and Anime characters and would like to create your own, we’ll be looking at the basics of drawing Manga, creating our own characters, and then featuring them in a page of Manga artwork.
Advanced Magna, Cartoon Museum
2 June, 2pm – 3:30pm
If you love Manga and Anime characters and would like to create your own, here’s where you’ll learn how to draw faces, expressions, bodies and clothing, and then feature your character in a Manga story page of artwork.
Cafe Retrofit, The Building Centre
For World Environment Day the Building Centre would like to invite the public, students and friends of the Centre to visit the Retrofit 23 exhibition and engage with information and activities linked to retrofitting homes at Café Retrofit.