Incy Wincy Babies – Early Learning

Fridays, 8 May / 5 Jun / 10 Jul / 7 Aug / 18 Sep / 23 Oct / 27 Nov

Incy Wincy Babies

See, feel, listen, touch for babies

Designed for babies under 2 with a carer

Incy Wincy Babies is a visual arts program led by Barking Spider Visual Theatre that guides babies and their carers through the Incinerator Gallery. Babies are shown art, sung to and played with in a supportive environment. Research is proving that positive health and developmental outcomes for babies depends on interactions with caregivers that are responsive, warm and consistent. These relationships play an integral role in shaping a child’s future health and life outcomes. It is in the spirit of supporting caregivers to develop these bonds through engagement with art that we offer this program.

Incy Wincy Babies is currently in hiatus. During this time we have moved to an online, monthly version of the program. A new video and activity will be released on the day on  the program would have been delivered in the gallery.


Please let us know if you enjoyed the online version on InstagramFacebook, or our Facebook Group Incinerator Gallery Incy Wincy Babies. Use the hashtag #IncineratorIWBs. 

Incy Wincy Babies is presented on the following Fridays:

  • 8 May
  • 5 June
  • 10 July
  • 7 August
  • 18 September
  • 23 October
  • 27 November

The 9.30 to 10.30am program is recommended for babies aged 0 to 12 months

The 11am to 12noon program is recommended for babies 12 to 24 months

Light refreshments included at 10.30am for both groups

Bookings essential as group sizes limited

Please read our Public Programs – Terms and Conditions before buying your ticket

$6 per baby (includes booking fee $1.29) with free accompanying adult carer

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Tickets are for babies only, accompanying adult carer is free. Carers are asked not to bring other children.

Carers are asked to assist the Gallery to safeguard artworks. Please ensure your baby does not touch artworks (unless invited to do so by the program presenter).