Pom Pom Winter program with Zoe Kirkwood | Photo by Sam Roberts

Pom Pom

Pom Pom is a contemporary art space dedicated to engaging children (aged 12 years and under) and their families.

Located in Davoren Park in Adelaide’s northern suburbs, Pom Pom offers hands-on creative workshops delivered by leading artists, many with an international profile, over the school term and during school holidays. 

Pom Pom supports an art making process between children and their families and carers, while offering children enchanting contemporary arts experiences. 

Pom Pom is open from 11am to 3pm on Saturdays during school terms (excluding the last Saturday of each term) & 11am to 3pm Monday to Friday during the Autumn, Winter and Spring School holidays (excluding public holidays).

Visit, play, create and be inspired.

Venue 
Pom Pom
Davoren Park Shopping Centre
45 Peachey Road, Davoren Park

Cost
All activities at Pom Pom are FREE.
All children MUST be accompanied by a parent, guardian or carer while visiting Pom Pom.
Bookings are not required.

 

2017 Key Dates

Summer School Holidays
16 - 20 January

Term 1
Saturdays form 4 February - 8 April

Autumn School Holidays
Monday to Friday from 17 - 28 April

Term 2
Saturdays from 6 May - 1 July

Winter School Holidays
Monday to Friday from 10 - 21 July

Term 3
Saturdays from 29 July - 23 September

Spring School Holidays 
Monday to Friday from 2 - 13 October

Term 4
Saturdaysfrom 21 October - 9 December

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Pom Pom is a Carclew project supported by Playford Communities for Children Plus, the City of Playford and the Government of South Australia through Arts SA, Community Benefit SA and Renewal SA. Communities for Children is funded by the Australian Government Department of Social Services.

Sponsors

Contact Details

Jon Halpin, Manager, Arts Programs
jhalpin@carclew.org.au
08 8267 5111

Key Dates

  • Jan 16
    Dec 09
    Pom Pom: contemporary art space for children

    Venue

    Pom Pom, Davoren Park Shopping Centre, Peachey Road, Davoren Park

    Description

    A contemporary art space for children aged 12 years and under, and their families.

    Time

    11am - 3pm