Western Plains Cultural Centre is hosting free school holiday workshops for students from five years old through to teenagers.
Its manager Andrew Glassop contends they are rapidly becoming a "must-do" event.
"These workshops have become very popular for residents and visitors alike looking for something fun, creative and educational for children to do," he said.
"This April the focus is on using symbols to represent the world and recycling waste to art."
The artwork produced at the workshops may be entered in the upcoming Waste to Art exhibition.
All school holiday workshops at Western Plains Cultural Centre are free of charge and bookings are not required.
For more information visit www.westernplainsculturalcentre.org/school-holiday-workshops.
Western plains Cultural Centre is on the corner of Wingewarra and Gipps streets.