PICK up your paintbrushes and pencils and dust off your drawing pad, because the Tamworth Regional Gallery is hosting online workshops and challenges over the Easter break.
The gallery may have closed their front doors to curb the spread of COVID-19, but they're still spreading the message of creativity and community connection by bringing art exhibitions and daily challenges to the people of Tamworth.
In collaboration with New England Regional Art Museum, the gallery has created challenges tailored to people living in social isolation. There will be a different task every day between April 13 and April 26.
Each day of the school holidays a new artwork will be posted on the Facebook and Instagram platforms for the gallery and museum, and people are encouraged to create a piece of work in response.
The program is targeted at kids, but anyone can get involved.
To join the online project, creations should be posted on social media with the hashtag #NENWkidsartchallenge.
The Tamworth gallery put up a taste of what's to come on the program - teasing challenges such as 'pet portraiture' and 'Wearable art from found objects!'.
Tamworth Regional Gallery has delved into online workshops and exhibitions since the facility closed down indefinitely.
It said people can explore different events by subscribing to the Tamworth Regional Gallery YouTube channel, visiting the website, or though Facebook and Instagram.
If art isn't your thing, Tamworth Regional council has a packed program of online school holiday activities including work outs for kids and teenagers run through the sports dome, quizzes and coding tutorials.
Council's website has more information.