letting go of the fear and trusting the process
So many times in art classes, children are boxed into creating something the same as everyone else. For some children this can really knock their confidence, as they instantly compare their work against the kids sitting next to them.
Our approach is to focus on the process of creating, tapping into each child's uniqueness and allowing them to create a project inspired by what we show, talk about and based on the mediums we are focusing on.
No two projects walk out the same, the colours and shapes are all created by the child, the patterns and details are all determined by the child, it is completely their own design, created based around their skills and imagination.
Our classes are for kids who dont fit inside the box, want to be different to others, want to experiment and certainly dont want an adult interferring in their project.
arty farty: adults
Grab a Term Pass in our Adults class. Its a great way to get out of the house into our bright and inspiring studio, grab a cuppa and start making mess, opening your creative minds and spreading colour everywhere!
Our adult Arty Farty classes incorporate fun and creative exploration through a wide range of arts and crafts. Our main focus is on drawing, painting and collage work, using a variety of mediums. Ask some friends or meet some new friends and get creating, perfect for stay at home mums wanting an outing or retirees wanting to unleash their inner maker!
create with a cuppa
This one is for the stay at home mums, the retirees, the part timers and basically anyone who wants to indulge in a quick craft each week.
We created our “Create with a Cuppa” class so that those of you who need some “me” time, love a quickie, have always been interested in dabbling in the long lost crafts have a place to come and join us.
It’s a great way to get out of the house into our bright and inspiring studio, grab a cuppa and start your crafting journey.
"I love these classes. We do different things all the time. Some that are right outside my comfort zone, but it gives me the opportunity to explore different techniques and mediums.".