Kids will be thinking inside the box these school holidays if they take part in a Melton interactive art installation.
The Shape of Things, on now at Woodgrove shopping centre, is a pop-up activity created inside a shipping container.
Centre manager Kylie Robertson said the installation encourages the community to reimagine the space around them.
“We are so excited to offer this experience to our community,” Ms Robertson said.
“The interactive three-dimensional environment will provide a fun immersive experience for our families.”
The progressive art piece will start as a blank canvas, with living room furniture, and walls painted white which children will then apply colourful shape stickers all over.
Gold coin donations will be collected and go to Hope Street for youth homelessness.
The Container Pop Up Activity will run until April 15 from 10am to 2pm.