Australian Children’s Content Exhibition

  • $8.00 - $10.00

Australia has a rich history of producing high-quality children’s content in animation, television shows, print media, and movies. Creators, industry experts, and producers from around the globe gather at the inaugural Australian Children’s Content (ACC) Summit in Coffs Harbour for three days.

The National Cartoon Gallery is ecstatic to announce an exclusive exhibition of images, posters, and 3D creations from attendees of the ACC Summit. Featuring a diverse range of works, including different animation styles, genres, and cultural influences, this collection offers insight into the educational and developmental aspects of children’s content, showcasing how creators balance entertainment with valuable lessons and messages.

Step into the captivating world of animation with this extraordinary exhibition that celebrates children’s content in all its forms. This one-of-a-kind experience will immerse you in enchanting universes and offer a unique opportunity to witness their creative evolution and relive cherished memories. Discover original artwork, concept sketches, and behind-the-scenes insights, as well as original “Blinky Bill” animation celluloids from 1993.

Prepare to be enchanted, educated, and entertained. As a bonus, there is an array of fun activities lined up during the school holidays. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram for up-to-date announcements, event details, and exclusive content.

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