The 19th November marked a significant point in the movement of change for children in the early years in Tasmania, with B4 officially handing over a number of the artworks and associated documentation of the Making Marks exhibition to the University of Tasmania (UTAS) collection as part of their study and research resources.

By acquisition of these artworks, made by children birth to 4 years from across Tasmania, UTAS is publicly validating, honouring and caring for the voices of our youngest citizens.

The Exhibition travelled the state visiting, Burnie, Queenstown, Launceston, East Coast and Huonville.

B4 has also created a range of resources to support the work which can be accessed via the B4 website or via the links below:

Making Marks; The Development of Childrens Drawing

Making Marks visible

Showcasing marks

A “How-To” kit for communities’ to create a childrens art exhibition