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Age 5-8

Little Artists

Mondays 3:50-4:50PM. $200 for 8 weeks.

Next course commences Monday 29/7. Contact us if you would like to be notified when enrolments open.

This class is all about experimentation, fun, the imagination and learning new ways of expressing oneself with art. 

Children use many different materials and techniques, such as drawing, painting, collage, pastel, ink and pottery. There is an emphasis on ‘process art’; focusing on the experience of creating rather than the outcome. This harnesses the natural explorative, curious and creative minds of this age group. Children will also work towards developing a couple of ‘polished pieces’ which they will feel very proud of (you may need to stock up on blue tack for your home gallery!)

Age 8-11

Young Makers

Mondays 5:00-6:15PM or Wednesdays 4:00-5:15pm. $250 for 8 weeks.

Next course commences Monday 29/7 and Wednesday 31/7. Contact us if you would like to be notified when enrolments open. 

In this age group, children begin to learn more specific techniques; they build a toolbox of foundational drawing or painting skills, and understanding of colour, shape, space and line.

Young makers feel very accomplished when they begin to draw more realistically, and are able to see their ideas come to life more fully. Building on this is the technical skills of ceramics and printmaking, allowing them to extend their ideas into more tactile and 3D forms.

Direct guidance is balanced with individual choice, and with a different theme each term, they are able continuously tap into different interest areas and stretch themselves into new subject matter.

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Age 12-16

Young Creatives 

Wednesdays 5:30-6:45PM. $250 for 8 weeks

Next course commences Wednesday 31/7. Contact us if you would like to be notified when enrolments open. 

Closely tailored to individual interests and passions, participants in this group can follow a provided plan or pursue self-directed areas.

Each term provides new techniques, mediums and content to explore; balanced with personalised feedback and supporting self-agency.

As young creatives develop, their ideas become more finely tuned and they can reflect more critically. It’s important to balance this with a growth mindset of perseverance and positive self-talk, maintaining the joy of creating as we get older.

In this group, the first four weeks are drawing and painting based and participants choose an area to focus on. Then they pursue ceramics and printmaking. After a term of classes, young creatives may wish to spend the term working on one long-term piece.

It’s a safe space for self-expression, to develop ideas, try out new techniques or simply to enjoy the artistic process in a group environment.

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