Complement your Doll House: Miniature Worlds of Wonder experience with a specially curated event for people of all ages.
Curator Talk
Select Tuesdays & Thursdays 
Peek behind the scenes
Hear the stories directly from the curator, Dr Annette Shiell, and discover more about the houses, objects and concepts that combine to create this magical exhibition experience.
Miniature Market
Saturday 18 & Sunday 19 September
Shop all things small & miniature!
Don't miss our Mini Market, with 10 local miniaturist suppliers selling all sorts of little things, whether you're a collector or are looking for your first ever mini treasure.
Stories of Fashion
Saturday 2 & Sunday 3 October
Fashion anthropology in miniature!
Join this live demonstration of fashion anthropology as demonstrated through miniature fashion garments, with an introduction from the creator, Tom McEvoy.
Teddy Bear Workshop 
Wednesday 25 August, Saturday 11 September & Friday 1 October
Bring your own mini teddy to life
You don’t need to be an expert seamstress, all pieces come pre-sewn, just cut, turn inside out and stuff ready to assemble with a little sewing, into a cute Teddy.
Miniature Desk Masterclass
Sunday 12 September
Make all the tiny details of a miniature writing desk
In this class, you will be working with a variety of materials including paper, beads, flowers and wood to create a desk fit for a lady or gentleman of the house. 
Mini Hat & Umbrella Workshop 
Saturday 4, Wednesday 8 & Saturday 25 September
Embrace your inner miniaturist
Join miniaturists Prue and Lisa in the Como House Ballroom as they guide you in this 2.5 hour workshop. You'll enjoy making two accessories for the lady of the house - a closed umbrella and a Melbourne Cup hat.
Mini Makers School Holiday Program
21 to 30 September
Calling all mini makers!
This school holidays introduce your maker to the creative world of miniatures, with our jam-packed sessional workshops. In the magnificent ballroom at Como House, makers can get their hands busy and minds ticking, making their own miniature people, a mini clock or tiny house, all inspired by our fascinating new exhibition. Make as many mini projects as you like in the session with some guidance from our onsite educator.
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