Art Associations for Kids - New South Wales (NSW)

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Art activities for kids in New South Wales (NSW)

PCYC Balmain
We are one of Australia's leading youth organisations providing fun and safe activities for kids and their families. Martial arts classes, parents and kids playgroup, gym, boxing and arts classes and school holiday programs. We also have a youth space where kids, teens and their families can come to hang out, play pool and table tennis and watch tv. All ages are welcome and encouraged to attend. Annual membership is only $10 for children and $20 for adults. Once you are a member of one location, ...

 

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Hanging of Artwork, Photographs, Tapistries and Mirrors. We have been in the Art Hanging Business since 1987 and bring a wealth of experience as well as the latest trends to every job. We help arrange the positions and heights of the items and hang them, safely, neatly and securely. At Hanging Around we specialise in the grouping and hanging of family portraits and photos to create and interesting, personalised wall display of your families memories. We can also supply and install gallery hanging ...
The Society was founded in 1880 to promote fine Australian Art and continues today with exhibitions in the Lavender Bay Gallery rooms. The RAS Art School has day, evening and week-end classes in drawing and painting. Social and Exhibiting Membership available. Art Chats and crique nights held during the year. Art Ballot held in July/August each year.
Wonderful Art Classes but not for Kids

21-02-2017

This is one of the oldest and leading art schools and societies in Sydney. However, they do not accept children. Big kids only!

Watson Road (entry from Argyle Street ), Observatory Hill, The Rocks, The Rocks, NSW 2000

The S.H. Ervin Gallery is one of Sydney ’s leading public art institutions housed in the historic National Trust Centre on Observatory Hill, The Rocks in Sydney. The Gallery’s exhibition program is designed to explore the richness and diversity of Australian art, both historical and contemporary, and present it in new contexts. The Gallery is renowned for encouraging research and promoting scholarly appraisal of artists from all periods of Australian art history. In addition, the S.H. Ervin Gallery ...
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