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Fun for kids at the National Galleries Scotland now to 27 October

Kids: Cut it Out! is a fun-filled mix of art and play, taking over the grounds of the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art throughout Summer 2019. We begin this Sunday (14 July) with our first summer party family day.

Pop-up play area:
Hide in the tunnels, climb the rope ladder, make your way through the foam noodles or take a seat in the boat! Our collage-inspired pop-up play area is free and is open daily for run around fun. Head to the Bothy afterwards and grab an ice cream to cool down.
Until 20 October
10am–5pm (10am-6pm during August)
Admission free

Pick up a Draw & Explore sketchbook and make your way around our free NOW exhibition; featuring artists Charles Avery, Aurélien Froment, Anya Gallaccio, Roger Hiorns, Peles Empire, Zineb Sedira.
Until 22 September
Admission free

You be the judge:
Children from all over Scotland have been inspired by their national collection to create their own art for Art Competition for Schools 2019. This year's themes included: 'Petals, Leaves and Bumblebees', 'Dragons', Freeze' and 'Eat'. And don't forget to leave a note for your favourite artists in our comments book.
Until 22 September
Admission free

Stuck on collage:
Navigate around Cut and Paste: 400 years of Collage with our free Kids: Cut it Out family guide. Spot fragments of faces, places, shapes and creatures and create your own collage inspired by what you find.
Modern Two
Until 27 October
Free for under 12s; adults £13-£11;
25 & under £8.50-£7.50

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