We build this city

Grab the kids and a helmet – this large-scale interactive activation lets you build skyscrapers and skylines out of cardboard.

Polyglot theater We build this city It first emerged 20 years ago in Melbourne’s city square, which is now home to the construction site of the Metro tunnel. After traveling around the world to places like the United States, Japan, Taiwan and Korea, he returns to the city for a special 20th anniversary performance, in collaboration with the Melbourne Fringe.

The architectural playground is taking over Carlton University Plaza for two days of fun for the family (or groups of friends). The area is transforming into an energetic space filled with thousands of cardboard boxes and a DJ playing tunes throughout the day.

Families, children, and the young at heart can team up with Polyglot construction workers and artists to build a “city” of boxes from scratch in just 60 minutes. Then at the end of the hour, step everything back to the ground. The large-scale cardboard construction site is designed to bring communities together and generate creativity and connection.

Tickets are free, with four daily sessions at 10 a.m. M., 11 a. M., 2 p. M. And 3 p. M.

More information here.

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